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Abdell 1S5 
A bell 167 

Abcrn it hv 1 39 
Al>h.,tt 28, 144, 179 
Abrahall 177, 178 

Ad i ms 8, 24, 27, 52 

Adeock 63. 157 
Addison SO 
Adkins 53 
Acas 52 

Aken 12. 13 

Alcock 4 7 
Alderson 172 
Aldin SI 
Aldman 53 

Alexander 139 
Afford S7 

Allen 29, 45, 53, 64, 
75, 78. 82, 92. 97, 
114, 153. 1S9. 201 

Alleson 53 

Alman 201 

Alporte 53 

Alsop ion, ioi. 102 

Alt more 53 

Altop 3S 

Arabery 1S1 

Ames 53 

Ammonet 10, 11 

Andertoo 3S. 39 

Anderson 12, 67, 68, 
C'J. 93. 97. 114, 115, 
11C. 131, 135. ISO. 
185. 1S9, 199 

Andrews 7, 21, 34. 
3S. IS. 50. 53. 92, 
152, 153, IS 6, 187, 
1S9 

Androsa 75 

An;-el 34. 53 
An^-lon 200 
Angood ir.4 

Appleby 168 

Appleton 53 

Aram 53 

Archer 5, 12. 67, 140 

Armistead 173. 202 

Armond 199 

Armstrong- 24, 25, 
37 97. 147, 191 

Arnall 53 

Arnold 36. 45. 93. 
152, 174 

Arrinfton 2s, 74 

Arthur 50 
A r vine 53 

Ascough s, sa 

Ashby 53, 121, 122. 
123. 121 

Asheley 53 
Ash ton 53 
Ashur 91 
Aahworth 188 
AspewaJ 148 

As(|iie 144 
Atkins 53 

Atkinson 62, 74. 147. 
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Atwell 54 



88, 



77, 



139, 



202 



At wood 82 
Auber 3s 
Auldrldge 7'.) 
Austin 51, 158, 168 
Avent 20, 136. 13s 
Avery 19. 21 
Aylett iu3 
Aylmer 181 
Ayre, Ayres 25, 

101 
Baber 31 

Backsdale 49 
Badger 41 
Bagnal 54 
Bagwell 15 2. 152 
Bailey 38, 76, 

100, 161. 189 
Bain 41 
Baker 8, 54, 92, 

141. 157 
Ball 35, 111 
Ballance 150 
Ballard S6. ITS. 
Ballow 2 7. 28 
Banister 54. 139 
Banks 54 
Banton 54 
Barber 84, 155 
Barbv S4 
Barclay 24 
Barham 199 
Barker 155 
Barle 54 
Barlow 4 2. 

61, 99, 139 
Barnard 5 4 
Barned to 
Barnes 2, 12. 7 4. 
Barnett 86, 54, it 
Barnhouse 178, 179 
/Barren 5 I 
' Barrett 115, 175 
Barringham 1S2 
Barrow 62, 73. 7 5, 
Bartee 188 
Bartlett 81, 9S 
Bartley 35 
Barton 201 
Bashaw 153 
-Boss 1S9 

Bassett 26 
Bateman 54 
Bates li.' 
Batt 4. 78, 
Battaile 82 
Batten 177 
Batts 7 s 
Baugh 27 
Baj ley 9, 15, 
Baylia 84, 68 
Baylor 109, 142. 145 
Baytop 34 
Beale 57. 200 
Bealey in 

l:. i man £7 
Beats 3 
Beard 60, 54 
:: lei 16, 173 

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43. 54, 

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60 



SI. 159 



10, lis 
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9R. 


178 


181, 


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41. 


185 


151 





ISO 



Beavens 41 
Beaver, Beavers 38. 
128 

mont S3 

I U 
•.am 166 

ngfleld 78, 138 

Bed worth J50 

Bel< h< r 

Beldeld 19S 

Bell, 19, 80, 81, 10, 
41. 4 7. 54. 16, 147, 
177. 179, 188, 198 

Bellow "«» 

Belote 40, 41, 12. isr, 

Belvin 15 1 

II 20 
Bennett 54, 
Benson 41, 
Benthall 40, 
Bentley 55, 
Benton 139 
Bernard 5 5. 
Berkeley 143 

Berry 31, 65, 100, 

101, 198 
Berryman 153, 164 
Betts 19, 50 
Beverlev 4. 30, 31. 

33. 82, 85, 142, 143 
Bevill 4 
Bern 177 
Bibb 95 
Bigbls 51 
Blgg< rs 91 - 

3>3. 41 
Bielie 85 
Bilbaud 10. 11 

55 
Billinmon 65 
Billlpfl 180 
Binam 7^ 
Bingham II, 185 
Bingley 138 
Birch 143. isn 
Bird in, 66, 1 15, 176 
Blrdsong 21 
Bisco*' 
I'.isbaw 1 t7 
Bishop I, 55. 14S. 

190 
Blswell 199 
Black 95 
Black( 

Blackmore 149 
Blackaon 1 1 S 
Blackstone 14, ' " 
Blackwell 10. 129. 
l 18, 150, 191 

k 5 6 
24, 25, 63. 96 
Blake J 
Blair i. iv 

Bland 8 

Blankenjahlp 60, 174. 

17 5. 171 

Blankevlle 88 
Blanks 18 



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Blawa 14 
Blaxton 100 

Bledsoe 166 
Blow 19, 74. 77 
Bloxom 40. 41. 185 
Blunt 18. 76. 136. 

137, 139 
Roggs 41 

Bohona 1S2 
Bolls 65 

Boisnard 40, 41 
Boiling 6. 8, 9. 11. 

12. 13, 26. 141 
Bond 26 
Bonner 20. 33 
Bonne well 41 
Roods 55 
Booker 93 
Bool 41, 185. 187 
Booth 41. SI 
Boram 182 
Borne 55 
Bosman US 
Ross 191 
Bostick 91 
Bostock 26 
Boswell 41, 140. 141. 

181 
Botewright 96 
Bott 161 
Botts 119 
Boucher 89 
Boughar 203 
Roulden 171. 172. 

17 3, 188 
Boulton 55 
Boush 106 
Bouton 173 
Bout well 3 2 
Bowcook 99 
Bowdoin 41 
. Bowen 49, 64, 80, 

165, 166 
Bowers 34 
v Bowie 101 
Bowler 101 
Bowling 39 
Bowman 3, 4, 8, 12, 

13, 91. 94 
Bowyer 24, 37, 65 
Box 55 
Boyd 49, 149 
Boyer 55 
Bovess 63 
Boykin 74. 75, 77 
Boyling 37 
Bracket! 66 
Bradburne 152 
Bradbury ISO 
Bradford 41, 136 
Bradley 8, 13, 37. 52. 

61. 200 
Bradshaw 27 
Bradston 55 

Brady 36. 148 
Bragg 166 
Bra nan 3 4. 35 
Branch 6, 7, 12, 51, 

79, 80 
Brannly 55 

Bransford 35 

Branton 89 
Brantley 78 
Bratton 40 

Braunee 55 



Brawler 75 
Braxton 143 
Bret k( nrldge .'4. 37 
Breedlovc 172 
Bremo 177 
Breamor its, 179 
Breesy 70, 76 
Brett 144, 147 
Brewer ;.:.. 110 
Brewton 55 
Bridgnorth 1 12 
Bridge si 
Brldger 80, 103 

Bridges 56, 101 

Bridgman 34, 35. 14j> 

Bri^< 135 

Briggs 19, .'6, 7 6. 
IsS, 13S 

Brill 66 

Brim 83 

Brintcn 56 

Briscce 83, 201 

Bristow 181 

Britt 46 

Brittingham I 

Brlxtraw 1 j 7 

Broaddus a9, 103 

Brock 56 

Brockeikbrt-ugh 104, 
156 

Brockman 166 

Brodnax 5, 160 

Bromley 56 

Brooks 56 

Brooking 113. 166 

Brooks, Brookes 17. 
• 52, 56, 57 

Broom 38 

Brotherton 56 

Brown, Browne 3. 4, 
34, 36, 4i'. 5u, 5o, 
73, 76, 77, 78, 80, 90. 
91. 93, 1U3, 138, 
139. 147, 150. 151, 
155, 1SS, 199 

Browning 56 

Bruce 173 

Bryan is, 4i t ;,n ( jgo 

Bryant 56, 119 
Buccard 11 
Buck 36, 57 
Buckner 47, 99. 124, 

125. 126. 128, 142 
Buford 50 
Bullen 40 
Bullentun 4 
Bullington 159 
Bullock 41 
Bulmer 57 
Bunn 37 
Bunting 40, 41 
Burch 140. 141 
Burcher 51 
Burdett II, 162, 153 
Burjrumy 2 6 
Burgesa ."7. 89 
Burk. Burke 36. 37, 
• ::'. 82, 5*1. 101, 191. 

2"2 

Burket 103 
Blirnetl .4. 67, 199 

Burr 57. 16S 
Hurras 4'» 
Burroughs 57. 102 

Burt 174 



Burtlock 57 

Burton 6. 8. 13. 87. 
41. 4? 

Bur well CO 

Bush 57 

Bush» II J01, 202 

Butler 164, 101, 

B : • I v . 

Byr |, 140, 159 

Cable 42 
Cage 43 
1 n 19, 77. 78 
Calaway 49 
Cale ^7 
Callaway 204 
Calllo 10 

Callohlll 16 

Calm ore 206 

Calvin 166 

Camp 106 

Campbell 36. 42. 43 

91 
Campfleld 182 
Cannaday 1 16 
Cannafaa "4 
Cannon 4, 26 
Tant 81 
Canterbury E6 
Caple 44. 164 
Cart* II 177, 180 
Carden 62 
Carglll 1-41 
Carker 203 
Carlan 67, 86 
Carleton 175 
Carmine 1S5 
Carnal I f»2, 101 
Carney 3 7. 119 
Carpenter 42, 4*. 

1 6 4 . 165 
Carr 30. 204 
Carrlngtnn 147, 152 

17 2. L66 
Carroll "5. 16, 13 7. 

141. 148. 149 
Carson 20 4 
Carter 17, !5, 27, 86, 

42. 60. 77. 64, 

98. 101. 102. 106, 

14 0, 200, 

Cartwrighi : r o. 

Carvey 42 

Cary, Carev 15, 16. 
28. 43. JZ, |7 
89, 90. 106. 148, 
143. 802 

Case 161 

Casey 4 1 

Cashwell 49 

Paeon 1 16, jn; 
802 

Catei 156 

■ 1 m 38, *9 

Catleti 80, )"9 

Cauaey 202 

Cau thorn 66 
16 

Cai »nder 39 

hawthorn 2* 
favner 38 
171 

Chamberlain 7. 141. 

177. 193 
Chambers 23. 15*. 166 



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INDEX 



Chamboone 11 
Champee 10 
Champion 101 
Chance 41 

Chandler 24, 25. 30, 
94, 9-'. 

Chapman 73, 76, so, 
ISO, 153, 164, 17'.'. 
ISO 

Chappell 19. 21. 8,. 

SS. SO 

Charlei 149. 199 
Charnock 48 
Chastalne 9. 10. 11. 

IS. 171 
Cheadle 29 
Chlaman 14, 15. 88. 



Cheevea 191 

Chenault 101 
Chermeson 16 
Cheshire 202 
Chevallie 23 
Chevalier 38 
Chew 142 
Chewning 82, 101 
Cheyney 82 
Chilcott 203 
Childers 11 
Childress 39, 

113 
Childs 16S 
Chiles 30. 32, 1C6 
Chlvia 32 
Christian 8, 9. 13. 

42, 43. 187 
Christie 151 
Chun 184 
Chunn 124 
Churchill S4. 85 
Cissell 99 
Claiborne 153 . 
Clark, Clarke 8, 
13, 28. 30. 34, 
64. 75. 85, 
113. 114. 

117, 135. 

155. 160. 

190. 



191 
151, 



/Cornell 
well 
Coir 14, B9, i 
Colehurn i s - 

Coli-nuin 2 1. 



iff. 



203 



194. 



Ill, 



26. 



9. 

44. 

92. 
115. 
139, 

ins, 

203, 



41. IS, 

150, 



167 



62 

95, 

116, 

149, 

176, 

204 
Claw 181 
Clay 43, 159. 1*5 
Clayton 67. 203 
Cletrg 42, 43. 184. 185 
Clement 203 
Clements 171, 203 
Cleton 16S 
Clift 36 
Clifton 15 
Clopton 13, 93 
Clotworthy 5 
Cloyes 203 
Coates 52 
Cobb 4 1 
Cobbs 28. 52 

Cochran 171 

Cock. Cocke 4. 5, 6. 

7. 8. 9. 21. 75. 82. 

83. 139. 160 
Cocklen 15 
Cockshott 203 

Cof<T 167 

Coffee 91. 95 
» Coffin 10:<. 203 
• CoRhlll 69 



96. 100, 155, 
181 

Coles H'3 

Collea 181 
Collier 78 

Collin? 203 
Collins 31. 
102. 1 10, 

203. 20 4 
Colson 204 
Colthorp 15 
Colvert 15 
Com 96 
Combe 204 
Combs 191 
Condon 14 
Connelly 19 
Conner 166, 
Conners 43 
Conway 36. 82 
Cook, Cooke 21 
89, 136. 137. 
166, 185, 204 
Cooper 34. 204 
Coozens 15 
Copes 48 
Copeland 38, 42 
Coph'stone 204 
Coppedge 49 
Corbell 39 
Corbett 150, 
Corbin S6 
Corderoy 180 
Core 40, 42, 

187 
Corlew 88 
Cornit 79 
Cornwell 74. 
Costerdine 
Cos tin 4 2, 
185, 1ST. 
Cotterell 201 
Cottle 204 
Cotton 153 
Cottorel 35. 185 
Courser 41 
Courtney 204 
Couser 17 
Covington 108 
Cowd r v 41, 4 2. 
Cowglll 166 
Cowl.s 4 4 
Cox 9. 10. 15. 



31. 
180, 



16, 

184, 



204 



43, 185, 



114 
04 
43, 



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Crttz 96 

205 

Croft 

< ■ : rhan 101 

it 
Cropp 808 

.ye 205 

I 

Cr well 43 
her 102 
Lton 191 

Crump 31 
Crumph r 71 
Crut.hr,.!.] 81, 102 
Cugley i"»3 
Cuibertson 199 

Cullombire 205 
Cullen 186 
Cully brant 206 
CnndlfE 69, 126 

Cunningham 29. 3 4, 

95. 188, 175 
Cunstable 156 
Curd 11 
Curl 36 
Curtis 15, 83, 85. 179. 

182, 205 
Cushen 299 
Custis 2. 16. 42 
Cutler 41 
Dabba 176, 176 
Dalley 3 4 
Dalngerfleld 6:< 
Dakln 50 
Dolby 41, 4 2. IS'.. 

1S6, 1S7, 183 
Dale 1S1 
Danelane S5 
Daniel 27. 31. 46. IS. 

vi. 1- '. l 12, I9C 
Darby 187 
Darn old 14S 
Dashielt 185, 1*6, 

Daulton 147 

1 ta ■• enport, 31. 

lis. 176, 176 
David 10 
Davidson 
Davis 6, 
46. 
80. 
96. 
140 
161 



13 



26. 37. 



42. 45 

199 
Crabb 204 
Crnddock 142 
Crafton 181 

Crai* 166 
Crain 146 
Crash 66 

; h I v. ford 29. 

Crawley 1S6 

CreaRh 21 

Creason 804 

Creel 189 

Crensha w 68 

Crew 26. 27. 
Cr- W» 50 
Cripps 86 



73, 160. 190. 



!06 



49 

16, 17. 
47. 62, 
86, B6, 

135. 
1 II, 
166, 



186 
101 



45, 
76, 

SS. 
139, 
149. 
180, 

Davy 

91. 

Day it:. 181 
Deal 2 4 

D in 47. 86, 

! ■• -i.-n 137 
Dearlove 6 
Debar 

•., 28, 88 
Delbrldae 61 

Drll 186 

Deloacta so 

p. ipreach 185 

r 3 7 

] N • • 18. 178 

Ponson 7 J. > 

Denton 801 

I .. ;i\s«>-h1 161 



61, 



35. 

7:<. 
I . 

\ 

14 2. 

1 '-.•'-. 



. 1>7. 1SS 
75. SO. 89. 



157 



187 



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INDEX 



Dcprist 34 
Dor. y |fS 

Deschazant 142 
Devler 201 

Dow 100. 157 
Dewltt 16 
• Dlckerson 186 

Dickinson 95. 97, 98 
1*0. 124. 155. 193 

Dickson 38, lcs 
Dicky 200 

Did lake 143 
Digges 100. 177 
Dlllard 09. 1,00. 144. 

DJllian 24 
Dlsmukes loo 

Dixon 43. 87. 14.1 
144. 1S1\ 185. ISO,' 

187, 18S 

Dobbins 35 
Docker 8 2. 84 
Dodd 100 
Dodson 25, 60. CI 

1 5 5 , 
Dolby 186, 187 
Doniphan 64 
Dorse v 103 
xDnss '51 
Dos well 16 
Doughting 82 
Douglas 5, 67 103 
Dowel] 151 
Downing 42. 83, 1S6 
Dowten 83 
Dowty 1S6, 1S7. 188 
Doyle 37 
Drake 74, 75, 78. 80. 

Drewitt 16 

Drew 74, 80, 154 

Drewry 16 - 

Driuhou.se 1S5 

Driver 78 

Drunhelier, 49 

Dudley. 58, 64. S3, 86, 
155, 179, 181, 182. 
184 

Due 64 

Dugmire 147 

Duke 65. 69, 70. 141 
•Dunbar 144 

Dunford 16 

Duniavv 86 

Dunlop 145 

Dunn 54, 4S. 79. 93 

Mi, 1-. 14'). 165 
Dunton 41. 186, 186 

187. 188 
Dun wood 1S6 
Dupuy 11. 12 
Dupree 173 
Durden 73 
Durham 149 
Durr^-tt 101 
Dulois 8. 10 
Duval 56 
Duzen 60 
Dydes 39 
Dyer 116. 138 
Dyks 91 
Dyson 189 
Knrly 45 
Ens ley 7. 23 



But 1C0. 17- 17, 
gastin H, 102, 165 
baton 149 
Edloe no 
Edmonds 108, 120 13s 

Edmonston 129 "0" 
~- Edwards 1, 28. 85, TJ 

.',"• "• 87, 188, 18^ 

K1 SVs' liS ' l56 ' 158 ' 

'• 35, 190 
E'Mridgu 139 

bJinsjton iu2 

Elkgood 4J 

^K^ Utt , 4 -« ^ l<7, 201 
Kills 81, gj 

Emanuel 37 

Emory 136. 139. 105 

bmmerson 102 

Eppes 5, 6, 7, 11 1*> 

14 H. lyo 
Ethel 183 
Ethcrir.Rton 62 
- Evans 7, 5. <j, 49, 52 
74, 75, 141, 157. 1*5* 
Eve 4 1 
Everard 65 
Everett 14. 8S 
Ewes 98 
Ex urn 60 
Ezell 75, 138 
Falrcloth 74 

Eaiiiax 1S5 

Fatcee 11 

Earinholtz 39 

Fans 149 

Earish 'jj, 100, 103. 148 

Farley 92 

Farmer 99 

Farr 157 

Fairar 6, 7, 13 

Farrow IIS, 119. i-n 
121. 129 " ' 

Farthingale 182 
Fauntleroy 61, 202 
Faure 10, 11, m 162 

163, 164 
Fear 189 
Feilder 119 
Fenn 91 
Ferguson 189 
Ferris 159 
Person 88 
Fewell 156 
Field 4. n5 
Fielder 93 
Fields 1C0 
FilriHT 88 
Filmor.- 67 
Flnnel 166, 200 
Finney 13 
Firth 14. 171 
Fishback 118. 129 
Fisher 20, ;;:.. 82 164 

186 
Fltchett 43 
Fltsgerald 201 

Fit/.hugh 45. 108. 109. 

llu. 128 
Fitzsimmons 148 
Fl.it ford 86 



ftoeti in. 14. 
1 lernli g 8. 9 1 • 

40. JnO 

Flemlstei 

Fletcher 26, r.f». 174 

Ho,.- 

Floyd 11. 13. 88, 102 

185 
Foots 1.10 

I '•'•• II n 11 

F'-nl 152, 168, 165. 178 

• 

Forrest 179 

Forsyth 

Fort 19 

Fortune 37. 102 

ter 18, 143. us - 
. 167, 178, 188, 201 

Four 176 

Foush^o 16 

Fou vi ll,.> 10 

Fowler 6, 1:. 30 *< 

159 
Foxcroft 2 
Fram» I 

Frank 171 

Franklin 6. 7. 51 U 
165 

Frazior 146 

Freeman 1:. 20 »7 

Freshwater 1S5 

Frestoe 

Friend 171 

Frogg 120 

Fry 117. ISA 
Fuclar ir>:> 
Fuller r,{ 

Furbush 202 
Furwrll s: 
Fuqua 27 
Oaar 167 
Gadlvrrs- 91 
Gaines 44. 99. 155 

206 
Galbreath 38 
Gale 1 40 
Gallege 23 
Gardiner 63. 101. ;;» 

145. 140. H7 
Oarri'-r l 17 

»Garnet1 95 

Garrott 97 

Garthrlght 0. 1:. €C 

GaitON |g6 

Oarv 35 
Gaskmgs 104 

C.i t' v 

.Min* 9n 
Gault 1S| 
Oruint 99 
Ony 151 

99 
I : ) tl ins 168 

16 
Grmmill 17 
Gent 187, 141 
G+ntrv 48, 147 
B4, 88 
- 99 
Ian 10 
97. <•«< 
Qlbson 64 96, 199 



INDEX 



Gilbert 69 - 
Gilchrist 33 

Giles 60. 139 

Gill S, -19 

Gilliam 23 

Gilllott l 

Gillock 165 

Gills 51 

Gilmore 99 

Ginsey 178 

Gittinlfl 2 

Glascock 62 

Gleason 103 

GL-nlster 14 

Glover 5. 21, 112, 113. 

142, 152 
Goad 61 
Godfrey 185 
Godley 28 
Godson 63 
Godwin 75, 80 
GofRgon 43 

Gold 2U0 

Golitely 77. 79 

Goode 4. 5. 66, 91. 93, 
173, 1S9 

Goodal ^0. 163 

Goodale 44 

Goodloe 81. 82, 84 

Goodrich 76 

Goodrum .01 

Goods jn 76 ~~ 

Goodwin 19, 89 

Gordon 91, 10S. 165. 
167. 176 

Gory 11 

Goring 2 

Goulding 151 

Gower 156, 160 

Gowin 200 

Grady 58 

Grafton 179 

Graham 32 

Granger S, 159 

Grant 40. 161. 165. 

Grantham 124 

Graves M, 102, 179, 

Gray, Grev 1. 39, 
81. 99. 142. 150. 
199 

Giaydon 64 

Grayson 65, 107 
- Green 85, 92. 141. 
I 178. 179. ISO. 181. 
4 199 

Or*gg 179 

Gregor 99 

Gregory- 38. 1^9 

Grice 187 

Griffin 19. 39. 77. 
100. 172. 190 

Or i filth 165. 187 

Griffiths 79 
* Grtgg 6. 40. 190 

Grlgsby 127. 130. 181 

Grills 9 

Grlmsley 149 

Grlsbam 146 

Grissell 37 
Orizzard 20 
Groomes 50 
Gross 50 
Grove* 90 



199 

180 

75, 

190, 



177. 
191. 



Grumeren 4. 9 
Grubba US, 119 i°7 
129, 130 

Gubb 61 
CJim U, 14 
Grj in. s ss 
Gryndl 103 
Guillurn 7';. 78. 141 

Gunnel] 101 
Guthery 150 

Gutrey 144 

Gwyn 60, 61. 179, ISO 

Hack 1 

Hackett 29 

Hagood 69, 70, 89. 138. 

139 
Hatrston 23. 25. 97 
Malty 35. 50. 1SS. 200 
Hall 23. 52. 87, 92, 99. 

100, 104. 190 
Ham 30 

Hamilton 127. 12S 
Hamlett 96. iss 
Hamock 157 
iHamon 157 
Hampton 149, 193 
Ha neks 17> 
Hancock 10. 30. 93. 96, 

186 
Haney 167 
Hanley 98 
Hannah 200 
Hansford 15, 178 
Harbour 28. 98 
Hardawav 141 
Harden 11 
Ha i grave 20. 21 
Hargrove 100. 101 
Haringer 64 
Hark 92 
Harlow 89. 152 
Hartnanson i>tj, 1S8 
Harris 7, 15. 28, 30. 34. 

48. 51. 59, 74. 9S. 99. 

1<>'\ 11?,. }\u, 151, i fis 

175 
Harrison 6. 35. 49, 75. 

118. 135. 138. 140. 147, 

151 
Harrod 9 
Harrowell 137 
Hart 37. 76 
Hartshorn 18 
Harvey »;. 174. 175 
Harway 172 

Harwell 21. 135 
HarwOOd 14, 15. 16. 75. 
NT. B8, !■"»!. 180 

Haslewood 88 

Ha.^kill 25 

Hatcher 8, IS, 98, 160 

Hat ton ::•; 
Haughton 90 

ll-i\ • ■■l-ind . » 
Havield 7:. 
Haward 177 

|[:iW'"i 12 1 

Hawkln* J8, MS. 103. 
201 

Hawley 148 
Hawthorn 74 

Hay '.»9. 175 

H.-.y.-s 148 



H.iynes 25. 36. 50, 97, 
/ 98, 99 

Hay-ward 9%, i>0 
Haj prood 14, 16 * 

Haslewood 201 

Head 167 

Heath 21, 7:.. 187 

D 181 
H. 1 1H3 
H. fiord 59 
Hi lUne 153 
Helm 167 

' 199 
Hendrlck 188 
Hendricks 174 

Hcncdge 99 

Henegin 99 

1 1- nshaw 167, 200 

h Diley 167 

Herbert b2 

H< rndon 52, 97 

Herring 48, 167 

Heth 148. 150 

Hewell 89 

Hewlett 102 

Heyley 57 

Hlatt 46. 167 

Hickman 8, 2S, 74, 117 

Hlckok 50 

Hicks 22 

Higgins 38 

inson 178 
Htght 142 
Hlflard 37 
11.11 1. 5. 34, 37. 81, 9*. 

95. 100, 143 154, 160, 

1 19, 190, 900 
Hilton 29 
Hinchin 76 
Him • 
Hiiilim 75 
IIii.> 44. 45 
Ilix 34. 136. 137. 139. 

140 
Hobday 147 
Hobson 26 
Hodge 74 
Hodges 29 
Hodglos 100 
Hoffman 166 
Hogland 151 

Holcomb 91 

Holl d i) 29 7S 

Ho 

Holllman "s 

Holloa <v 98, 100. 102 

Holmei 9, 29, 17, 39. 

169 
Holl 40. 76. 91. 94. 149 
Hood 150 

Hone i- im 

Hoofer 147 
Hook 23. 26, 97 
Hooper 91 
Hop,- 63 
Hopkins :-. 29, 99. 100. 

200 
Honkln I 

Ho: ! 

Hoi i 

Horneby r 'i 

K- -kins 1 » I 



INDKX 



*Sf»#| 



\ 



Houghton 193 
House 21, 136, im 
Houston, 100, 101. io; 

Howard 52, 7'.'. 1"0. 14S 

Howe 152 

Howell 73, so. 100. 191 

HuMi.tr. 1 17, 57, sv. 126, 

178, 179, 180 
Huccabv 136, 140 
Hudnall 5<>. 126 
Hudson s, 27, 99. 100. 

101. 114. 115, 116, 151, 

1C0. 161, 193 
Hudsplth 12 
Hughes 39. 90. 98. 99. 

140. 151, 194. 200 
Huitt 16 
Hull 89, 64 
Huls 40. 15] 
Humphlett 202 
Humphries 140 
Hundley 39 
Hunt 11. 20. 21. 35. 74. 

79. 86, 176. 190 
Hunter 75 
Hurd S7 

Hurt 100 

Hutchison 100. 151 

Hutcherson 4 f» 

Hutchings 7. 73 

Hutchinson 2 

Hutt 156 

Hynes 37 

Iken 88 

Ingram 64. 98. 102 

Irby 140 

Ireland 100 

Irish 100 

Ironmonger ISO. 181 

Ivy 79 

Jackson 4. 89. 91. 93, 

97, 119. 136. 137, 141. 

156, 1S7 
Jacob 42. 43, 1S5. 186 
James 165 
Jameson 93. 112 
Jarrad 20 
Jarrell 75. 77 

Jarvls 40 
Jaso 149 

JefTerson 7. 12. 64 
Jeffries 131. 191 
Jenln^ 16, 22, 62. 94. 

150. 172. 174, 201 
Jenkins 2. 27. 14S. 201 
Jennifer 3 
Jerman I 
Jernew 177 
Jerow 149 
Jesper 58 
Jctrr 100. 101 
Jett 190 
Johnson 2. 8, IS, 19, II. 

23. 26. 27. 40. 65, 79. 

80. 93. 97, 88, 100. 
138. 148. 173. 200 

Jolly 77 
Jonas 182 

Jones 5, 7. 10. 11. 14. 

20 21. 26, 27. 

39. 45. 49. 50. 61, 68, 
60. 6:?. 65, 7 1. 76, 16, 
79. S3. 85. 99. 100. 
136. 137. 188, 150. 



155. 159, 1C0. |f7, 
172. 173. 188, 198, 
199, 

Jordan 18, 80, 141. 199 
Joyne im 
Joyner t». 76, 77. 78, 

so 
Judklns 18, 28 

K.iv. DSUgta 7 7. 79. 139 

K< blingri • 
Keeton I 
KeUbeel S3 
Kellum 2 

Kelly 20. 75. 100. 101, 

201 
Kelso 95. 96 
Kelson 87 
Kcmj) S2. S3. 145. 146 

Kendall 3. 4. 41. 4fl» 

187 
Kendrlck 93 

Kennedy li.;, 200 
Kennon •">. 12, 158 
Kenny 148 
Kent 29. 151, 160 

Kenton 199 

Kenyon 15»;. 193. 194 
* Kerby 74. 182 
Key 28 

Kidd S3. 100. 101 
Kimball 135. 139. 141. 

149 
King 19. 62, 89. 137. 

140. 141. 151, 167. 177. 

201 
Kinnehan 48 
Kinney 79 
Klrkpatrlck 36 
Knipht 177. 178, 181. 

184 
Knowles 150 
Lacy 194 
Lafeit 9 
Lafevre 11 
Ladd 8, 12. 13, 26 
Lamb 19, 167 
Lambeth 102 
Lambkin 190 
Lancaster 68. 166 
Land 22 
„ Lane 20. 75. 76. 201 
Langfitt 151 
!..:.::.•■:■ 88 

jaton its 
Linier 69, 70. 71. 72. 

74. 140 
Laughlin 100 
Lavflllam 10 
Law 171 

Lawless 37 

Lawrence 7t;. 127 
Lawson 15, 2 '. 29, 188, 

156. 180, 2U1 
Lead 8 

League ::."» 
Leake 167 

L« IT 77. 89, 191 

i • irwood I t 

i .• • era '<' 

I., dl • <■ ■ :■ I '■' 187 

Lee IS 8 1 

■ 1. 161, 167, 17». 



177 its. i7f ] 

I • • hi • 

I • • 

\ 1 «T 
'•• I ' ■: 12, •» 

L< Itch 147 
Ijo Neave 93 

: : 
Lew. i!in 20 

:. 15, f7 

1 . T • 
88. 100. 139. l: 
178. 179 l'.'O. | 

ton 17s 

Llaon 4. 5. 6. 12 
Lilburne 15 
I. ill rd 118 
Lincoln »;4 
Linda ty S2, 81. 1C7 
Linn 23 
Linton 155 
Lit ; .ford 52 
Little 7.4 
Littl'john 118 
Littleton 3. > 
Llveran n 
Liv rpool 11 
Livingston 1 i. 
Lloyd 59. 1J7. 110. 202 
Lockard i r < 
Lockhart 51 
Locket 13 
Loe 81 
Loft. , 
Ix.pan 49 
X 33 
Long IS. 30, 

101. 1C6 
LorapL'P 11, 13 
Lovell 91 
Low 26. 3* 
Lucas 89. 138. 139 
Luck 9:> 
Ludford M 
Ludlow 177 
LudweU 75 
Luke 186 
Lundy 77 
Lunn 16 
Lun^f ■: .1 Hi 
Lynch 26, _ I, ISO, i"7 
Lyne 145 

Lyon 28, 111, 113 
irthv 141 

v 7'' 

• j 176 
tin] ■ 

! 
Macqulni • 

■i •'« 

■ i. 1T1 
'■ . 14 
M ■ -t 1 <! 
Magill 200 
M gruder 24 

n 101 
Ifahoney 150 
M 

ITT. ' • I 

• I. 11 

Mallorv ;.'4 , 



INDEX 



vii 



Malone 20. 83 
Mann 8.., 91. 104. 105. 
|» J 

Maninge 8G 

Manning 46 

Manon *8 
M insfleld in. 1C6 
Manson 175 
liapp 4i, 4J 

Mai ks 36. 76 

Marr 97 

Marshall 13, 30, 35. 61. 

100. 10.', 139. 175. 176 
Martin 10, 11. 13, 30. 

45, 69. 91, 100. 101, 

118, 142. 150. 166. 172 
Mason 18, 20. 82. 80. 

84, 101. 150. 184 
Massenburg IS, 22 
Massie 137 

Massingall 80 

Mathews -52, 43. 52. 76, 
88. 'J5, 129, 148, 186. 
187. 189 201 

Mathis 92, 141 -t 

Matlock 29 « 

Mattone 10 

Mauldin 30 

Maupin 48 

Maxey 92 

Maxneld 159 

May bury 5, 74 

Mayes 7, 143 

Mayfleld 101 

Maylain 100 

Mayo 28. 74. 84 

McCartney 199 

McClanahan 148 

McClurg 151 

McCord 112 

.McCormack 36 

McCotmahay 50 

AtcDaniel 59, 70 

McDonald loo, 101 

McFela 93 

McQann 200 

McGchee 93 

McGraw 101 

McKee 101 

McMillln 99 

McNamara 37 

McNess 171 

McQuillen 149 

McSwain 24 

Meacham 84 

Median 150. 182 

Medcalf 179. 181 

Melton 3i». 201 

Mercer 7;. 78, 104. 105 

Mcrlset 11 

Meriwether 29 

Merrltt 87, 9'J. 101, 156 

Merry 88. 191 

Metcalf 168 

Mice 135 

Mlchaux 8, 10, 32 

Michel] 11. 125 

Mkkelburrough 84 

Mlddleton 7a 

Mllby 186 

Miles VJ 

Miller 33. 36. 83. 101, 
146. 166 

Mililcent 154 



Milling 163 
Mills 59. i:.7 
Minus 9 
Minor 32. 60 
Mlrack 78. 80 
Mlskett 2 

Mitchell 101. 141. 149 
Mile 97 
ModUet 166 
Molin 101 
Mondav 101 
Monk 37 
Monroe 36, 100 

Montague 84 

Moody 34. 151 

Moon 17S 

Moore 2. 4, 13. 15. 20. 

24, 27, 40, 46. 90. 93. 

97. 9S. 101. 136. 139. 

14S, 165, 199 
Moorman 112. 113. 114 
Moraine 93 
Morehead 120. 126, 127. 

12>s. 129. 130. 131 
Morgan 34. 39. 49, 85, 
.101, 137. 13S. 165, ITS 
Morley 193 
Morrill 10 
-Morris :'7. 41. 129. 16S. 

161. 200 
Morrison 96, 148 
Morton 46, 65. 66, 67. 

91. 93, 113, 152, 1S3. 

190 
Mosby 116. 159 
Mosefey 10. 27, 51, 103. 

10S. 178 
Moss 12. 16, 17. 19, 62. 

63. 193 
Mothershead 151 
Motley 101 
Mountford 193 
Moxlev 126 
Mov 79 
Mu'lin 36. 101 
Mullin* 115. 188 
Mumford S9. 135. 133. 

139. 140 
Mundav 191 
Munori;on 182 
Murphy 39 
Murrah 101 
Murray 22. 3<*. 40. 84. 

85, 162 
Murrell 28 
Musgrave 83 
Mvers 18 
Nabor* 91 
Nail S9 
Nance 136 
Napier 13, 168 

Nash 28. 20. 66 

Nay lor 6<» 
Neale 128, 166 
Seedier 143 

Nelms 39 

Nelson is. 117. 186 
%'■ therland 26 
New 13, 63, 63 
Newby 186. 168 
Newcoinh 144 
Newell 39. 87 

N< \s !in 13 

Newmiin 4. 155. 167. 



179. 190. 201 
N • a omi 
N< n ton !. »'.. 81 
Nichols 35. 83 
Nichols*) 20. 104 
Nicking 39 
Nimmo 104. 105 
Noell 101 
Nokes 1"1 
Noiuid 149 
Norment 101 
Norri.s 172. 173 
North [58 
Northen 16 

Norwood 88 
Nottingham 40. 41. 43. 

1^7 
Nuckoli 26. 27. 67 
Nunally 190 
Nu ie 99 
Nute 168 
Nutgrass 101 
Nut tali ;;s 
Ockley 62 
Ogden 36 
Ogle 25 
Ogleshy 116 
Okeham 181 
Oliphant 101 
Oliver 45. 47. 50. 101. 

102 
O'Neal 36. 148 
Onousrhton 1 
Orant 46 
Osborn 5. 28. 65. 147, 

ICO 
Oud< lant 1, 77 
Overstrert 175 
Overton 200 
Owens 22. 91. 92 
Owl 34 
Pace 150 
Packetts 3* 
Packwood 98 
Page 10. 14. 46. 64. 100. 

101. 102 
Palnur 11. *4. 176 

Panrell 93 
Panlteur n 

Parentan 11 
Parharn 19. 70 
Parish 28. 29. 102 
Park 15. 16 
P^rkor 1. 86, 84. 62. 63. 

IS. 147. 14S. 168 I 

•66. 201 
Parkinson 40 
Parnell 76 
Pnrrarnor.' 1. 161 
Parrot t SI. n 
Parrum 137. 139 
pTtl« 29 

Pash v 861 . 
Parsons F8, 7^; !is. 

174. IT'. 

P i ' rd ' 
Pasteu '"l 

Ppte 17. 181 
Patlllo 149 
Patt»-r.«o n 6. 8. 95 

191 

PaUlson !4. I*. 9i. 166 

• 174 

Payne 26. 29. 37. 165. 



viii 



INDEX 



156. 165. 190 
r< acney 57 
Peak 84, 115 

* Pearman 37 

r, irse 73 

P. arson 45, 165 

Peek 17S 

Pedlaro 23 
Peepli b 19, 136 
Pemberton SI, 102 
Pembroke 102 

Pendleton 31. 166 

Pendry 7s 

Penn 39, J6, 9S 

Pennington 79 

Pepper 19 

Perce 6 

Perklnson 7, 9. 1S9 

Perault 11 

Perkins 24, 25. 96 

Perrin 7. 171 

Perry 86, 5:'. 139 

Perryman 34, 149 

Persona 15 

Pettr 17 

Peters 167. 179. ISO 

Peterson 64, 69. 77. 79 

Petross 33 

Pettilto 138 

Pettit 1S9 

Pettus 93 

Pew 74. 193 

Peyton 118 

Phaben 1S4 

• Phillips 27. 32. 59. 168 

Pickett 32. 150 

Pierce 88, 100 

Pi^ott 43. 202 

Pike 1 

Pilcher 102 

Pines 144 

Piper 43. 121 

Pitmnn 200 

Pitt* 99. 102 

Piatt 14 

Pleasant* 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 

9. 10. 12. 27 

Ployman 73 

Plumnier 36, 38 
Plunket 149 

Polndexter 114. 179 
Pollard 6, 8, 104. 105. 

142 
Poltnev 108 
Poole S3. 151 
Poore i I 

Pope 39. 73. 74. 77. 102 

^ Poplar 200 

* Porter 4. 44, 77. 91. 160 
Potiot 24 
Potter 179 
Pound 1S1 
Powell 16. 17. 20, 88, 

46, 59, 80. 89, 135 
Power 68, 147 
Powers SO. 88, 102 
Povthress 78. 80. 139. 

200 
Preble 51 
Pre sly 188 
Press 41 
Price 4. 27. 37. 67. 88, 

88, 118, 177 
Prid» 5 



Pridum 61 
Prltchard H7 
Proberi 88 
Proctor 44, 46 
Prous< 188 
•Pruett 102 
Puekett 6, l'.s. 159. 
Priddy 68 
Pryor 111 
Pugh 101 
Pullen 39. 50 
Pure- -11 25. 191 
Purvear 38 

Puti- ■ 
Pyland S7 

Quarles 32 
Quinn 46 
Qulaenberry 46 
EUicheU 77' 
Rae l 

Icllffe l. 3 

Kain.'s 29, 30, 32 

Ralney >0 

Rains 100. 102 
Ramble 34 

Ramsey 200 

Randolph 4, 5, 6. 7 

27. 147. 160, 1*1 
Ranshaw ^-;, 
Ransone 37. li>2 
Rappeene 9. 11. 14 
Rasberry 74 
Rawles 191 
Ray 15, 139 
Rayford 7.]. 75, 76 
Rea 30 
"♦Read 14. 15, S8, 90. 
172. 173. 176, 180, 
Red 102 
Reddyhoe 75 
Reekes 73 
!:•■• \ • - 1^.". 
Repan SO 
Regault 178 
Remv 10 
Ren no 10. 119 

Renshaw isi 

Revell 77. 79 
Reynolds 24, 25. 45 

7 1. 98, 102. 103. 

141. 166, 16S, 1S3 
Rhoads 35, 83 
Rioe 52. 64. 86 - 
Richards 49. 62, 

Richardson 2. 80. 1 
Rlchens 81 

Kieheson 36. 100. 
178 

Riddell 46 

Rlkes 75 
Rines iv0 
Ring 

Rippen 188 
Rixey 131 

h 171. 191 
Ro ine 1 16, 1 16, ns. 
R : erta 17, I - 

: 
Robertson 24, 
126, 140, 1 18, 1 18, 

Roblnett ISO 
Robtna 2. to. u. 



1S9 



14. 



13S. 
181 



88. 



144. 



181 
• 1 
178, 



149. 



152. lif, -.-. 

•'. 7 ) 
I • 

Ro k 1 •.< 

H 

16. 19, 
173 
Roi inda 108 

Rolllna 102 
Roper 162 

74, ::. US, 148, 

199 
R 86, 68, 174 

R n i •■) 
Roubtt 7 

r 1 •■'". 
Ronton :.i 
Routt 127 
Row I- - . 

Rowan 28, 97. ieo 
Rowland 168 
Roy 108 

R^y.Hi 5. 6, If, 88 ISI 
108 

r 100, 149 
: N 
Rozell 1 2 
Rucker 47 
Rudder 1S9 . - 
Ru.-hm 7-', 
Russell 101, 151 

Rutter 3S 
Babotte U 
Ballate 177. i~n. iso 

Sail,- \ 10, U, 108 
Salmon 31 
Bamft 1 
Sami:. 
Bampson 63, 103 

Samson 188 
Samuel 100 
Sandefer 174. 177.. I7r,. 

201 
Sanders 29. 
164, 188 

Sandland 30 

Banf< 84 

n 12 
Batch* : 

I 

.0. 13. 100. 
148, I'.'i 
S 
Scanland 103 

a 

• 

Bcotfleld ' 

Boot! 2. 4. 7. 14. °.'"-. 41. 
7-:. 77. 7:e 16, 1".: 

' 17, : 18, ■ 
1 H 
Bcrui 
E 

I'd 

• 2 
- 91. 97 









1NDKX 






ix 


Hot t If ISC 15S 






Stark* f,i 




r 36 




S> w-ird 73 






Stayton 31 




-2. 24. 


51. 


S.-xt.»n 139 






Steed 138 




90, 92, 98, in. 


171. 


! 137 






Bt< el 37 




177. 1^7. 




PI ui Ulfi 135 






Stephen* 73. 74. 


87. 






8h< ai man ! 1 






117. 149 




Thl : '-. -' «. 


41. 


Sheldon 16, 20C 






Btephenson 77 




47. ' 1 ■ 


148. 


si., itun 29 






Stern 26 




166. 177. 179 




Bhepard 8. 30 






Stevens 9. 103, 167, 


168. 


Tlu.rnhill 51. 59 




Bherbornc 192 






201 




1 • ••.( n ;.'. 




Sh rU-y 193 






Stewart 13. 149 




108, 1 


142, 


Slu-rnrin 156 






stirr 95 




184, Ifl 




Bh< ruin 92 






Still sj 




Thorogood 54. 55 




Is 16, 17 






Stlth 139. 110, 141. 


149. 


i 1. : ;. 20, -'» 




Bhlp 103 






17.' 




Thrli; 




Shipley C3 






Stockley 35 




Thunnan 9f, 93. 93 




Bhlpman 25. 1CS 




Stockton 24 




Thurmond _v, 




Shlppey 158, l r»L» 




Stokes IS 




Thweatt 7, 78, 79. 


141 


Shirley 103 






Stone 13. 62. 152. 


i:.:i. 


r 101 




Short 66 






157, 175 




Till, rv 61. 64 




Slgnell 14. 15 






Storke 184 




Tllln.y 2, 3 




Slkea l 






Stott 97, 1S5 




Tllman ill. 135. 127 


Bllvey 47 






Stoval 9. 27, 9S 




Tlmb. • tke l"i 




Blmkina 41. 1S7 




Strange 49 — 




Tim* 189 




Simmons 78. 


80. 


81. 


Stratton 5. 139 




Tlndar 47 




135. 13S, 110. 


190 




Straughan 4t;. 151 




Tlngnall 89 




Shni>son 3S. 117. 


177. 


Street 155 




Tlnsley 36. 101 




178 






Stringer 1. 2. 11. 


1S6 


Tiplady 15. 16 




.Sims 138. 155 






Strother 58. 119 




Titt:. 




Singleton 149, 


1S2. 


193 


Stuart 90. 103 




Todd 145. 181 




Slnkler 111 






Striekfy S9 




Toffl 2, 9 




•Sisson 5S. 62. 


137. 


140 


Sturdevant 19. 190 




To], man 11, 52. 1S7 


Skreare S3 






Sturgis 187 




Tolliver 180 




Sk-lton 1S9 






Supgitt 58. 60. 63 




Toltv 190 




Sklpwortb SI 






Sullenger 99 




Tombs 1S9 




S in ven 200 






Sullivant 172 




Tomlin 154, 171 




Slaughter 55. 


57, 


65, 


Sumers SI 




Tomlmson 138 




103. 109. 190 






Surnerlin 78 




Toone 64. 181 




Smart 110 






Summerson 35. 151 




Toseley 83 




-Hmith. 1. 2, 14 


. 18. 


21. 


Sunter 12 




Toton 15 




2s, 37. 39, 46 


. 47 


61, 


Sutar 80 




Towns 13 




f.3. 73. 74. 76 


. 79 


81. 


Sutherne 60 




Townscnd 15. 84. 


88 


84. 86. 90, 92, 


94, 


103. 


Suttle 58 




Trabue 10, 12 




131. 137. 139. 


143, 


144. 


Sutton 29. 30. 32. 


103 


Trat> 




147. 149. 156. 


166. 


174, 


Sweeney 94, 95. 96 


TraveUor 164 




179. 181. 1S9. 


202 




Taber 27 




T ravers 57, 65 




Srnlthers 36 






Talbot 58, 97. 169 




Treves 




Hmoot 58 






Taliaferro 31. 32, 


45, 


Traylor 6. 13 




Si ■• id 59. 101 






167. 183. 202 




Trt-non 2 




Snow 48 






Tandy 116 




Trent 157, 172 




Soan 5. 6. 7, 


12. 


177. 


Tankcrsley 61 




Trfbbte loo 




178 






Tanner 160 




Trice 144 




Sobers 184 






Tapley 36 




Tripp 31 




Sublet 10 






Tatum 140 




Trlplett 126. 131. 190 


Boleager 11 






Tavrrner 16. 57. 61 


. r,3. 


liner it 7. 178 




Romera 117 






*5 








South worth 103. 18S 


T;iv|or 2, ?,. SI 


46. 


Tru.-man 148 




ROW* 11 28 






59. 61. 64, 65. 75 


77. 


Tuck-r '1. •>•). 135 


183 


Bouthcomb 21 






86. 102. 103. 111. 


152. 


Tug* ell -i 




Southern 85 






155. 166. 178. 1SS. 


190. 


Tulilt S. 16 




Bparrow 139 






193. 201 




Tur.stal! 




Bpeara 189 






Tazewell IS. 191. 


195. 


Tnirnbu'.l IT: 




Bpeed 172. 173 






196. 187, IM 




Turn, r 24. 18, 81 


43 


Rpence 103 






Teakel 2. 41 




7. 90, 90. 


|( 1 


Bpencer 25, 


26. 


144. 


Teab- 180 




184. 157. 168. 182. 


|| | 


168. 189, 191 


200 




Teasley 74 




184. 188 




BplceJey ioi 






Teboe »'<i 




Turpin 7. 158. 160 




St. I> per 39 






Temple 146 




Tutt 188 




St- John 1S9 






Ternaln 24 




Twentyman 184 




Starry 39 






Terrell 27. 28. 29 


31. 


Tyler 16. 130. i49, 


183 


- RUUUrd 190 






84 




184 




Stan.ird 88 






Terry 28. 193. 194 




Tyr. 




Stnnlv 92 






Tetkins 161 




iTW'Mici r,2 




Stnpleton 84. 


137 




Thuck.r 83. S4. 85 




I'pham 40 





INDBX 



Upshur 181 

Utterbark 201 

Van I >< avoratt 15 

Vardcman 28 

VSSS II 

Vaughnn 51. TS. 102. 

136. 13S. 100. 199 
VawUr 4 7. 100 
Venables 26. 28, 91. 113 
Vicars 181 
\ Ick 73. 77 
Vincent 137. 133 
Wade 15. 26, 49 
Waddy 68 
Wad low 152 
Waldtn 193 
Walker 16. 17. 30. 46. 

60. 59, 85, 95, 149. 

150, 156. 181, 189, 

190, 192, 199 
Wall 73, 78. 135, 137, 

140 
Wallace 34. 83, 91. 93 
Waller 35 
Wallop 3 

Walter 2, 3, 99, 182 
v Walthall 4. 52, 173 
Waltham 41. 43 
Walton 58, 70, 186, 171. 

173 
Ward 5. 27, 88, 110. 

112, 192 
Wore 142. 146 
Warner 179, 193 
Warren 41. 47, 159, 193 
Warwick 81 
Washington 76. 97 
Waterfield 186 
Waterman 25 
Waters 62, 87, 103, 199, 

200 
Watkins 4, 9, 14. 91. 95, 

144. 160 
• Watson 1, 10, 48, 90. 

94. 141. 160. 168, 1S7 
Watts 47. 63. 77, 93, 

199 
Waugh 1S3 
Wayt 167 
Webb 5. 6. 7, 28, 39, 



47. 65 
:■ r 5 
\v. Ire 
W< i. h 191 
Weill 88, 89, 190 
Welsh 190 
Wesco;u 11 
West 8. 78, 7s. 9S. 130. 

188, 177. 178 
West brook 80 
w. iterbouse 186 
Whaley 16, 17 
Wheeler 29 
Whltacre 14. 52. 81. 83, 

S8. - I 
Whitby 90 
Whiu- 1. 2. 3. 15. 16. 

29, IS, 40. 41. 47. 68, 
64. 102. 140. 144. 14S, 

157, 171. 17.". 188 
Whit oho id 64 
Whitneld 202 
Whltletora 202 
Whltlock 51 
Whitloe 10 
Whkworth 92 
Widgen 41 
Wigginton 50 
Wilkerson 51. 77 
Wllklns 152. 153 
Wilkinson 61. 88, l r '0. 

193 

Willard 52 

Williams 2. 11. 21, 25. 
2S, 35. 59, 61. 74. 76. 
SO. SI. S2. 83, 86, 89, 
102. 114. 136, 137. 140, 
146, 152, 153. 155. 156. 

158, 172. 187 
Williamson 27, 82. 90, 

140 
Willis 82, 168. 181 
WUloughby 64 
Wilson 5. 7, 12. 13, 14, 

30, 69. 141. 156 
Winder 39 
Windley 154 
Winneld 137. 138 
Wlngate 41 



Winkles 73 
Wtnphrsy 38 

Win ton .;.. 10fi 

Wisdom 182 

WlSS 8. 4J. 13H 

r 191 
Withers 65. 110. 128, 

Woff.-ndall CO 

Wolf< 

Wr.mack E, 6. 9, 26. 
158 

v.' •: :. .-. :- ••:. 47. 
Iford 81. 86, '■■ ■ 

W< OdS 24. 50 

W Ison, 4, 6, 7. 8. 9. 

12. U, 14. 2b. 40. 90. 

114. 151. 159. ISO 

Woodward 171 

- 167 
Woolfolk M 

Woolfork U'3 
Woodroff 30 
Wooton SO. 94 
Wormeley 15. 81. 82. 

83. 84 
Wortham 84 
Worsham 5, 6, 8 

Wotton 14 

Wraxton 95 

Wray 118, 111, 181 

Wr^nn 1S3. 201 
Wright 14. 28, 47. 99. 

l'.'i, 180, " 
Wyatt SI. 177 178 

22, 74. 136 
I ". 

v Wynne 141 

Wythe 81 

Yarborcugh 29. 39. !RS 

I 99. 103 
Yeat? 63 
Yen 3 
Young 46. 47. 93. 132. 

178, 188, 193 
ZIUs 23 
Zimmerman 34 



^trgtma Cotwtp Eecorbs 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE 

VOL. VII MARCH 1910 No. 1 

INDEX TO LAND GRANTS 
ACCOMAC COUNTY 

Book No. 6 

No. 

Page Name Date acres 

9 James Grey 1666 900 

20 Wm. Onoughton 1666 500 

20 Nathl., John and Geo. RadclifFe 1666 200 

20 John Rae 1666 300 

21 Henry White 1666 1800 

21 Lieut. Richard Hill 1666 100c 

21 John Lewis 1666 500 

22 German Gilliott 1666 200 

22 Robert Sikes if/>6 150 

22 Capt. George Parker 1666 200 

24 Eliz. Oudelant 1666 1500 

22 Geo. Watson 1666 600 

25 Ann, Geo. and Peter Hack 1666 1000 

29 Joseph Newton 1667 400 

30 Col. John Stringer 1667 150 

32 Danl. Sebby 1666 600 

32 Henry Bishop 1666 2300 

33 Edward and John Smith 1666 500 

33 Edward Smith 1666 



00 



33 John Paramore 1666 1500 

34 John Pike 1666 400 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



wM 



34 Stephen Barnes 

34 Christopher Thompson ... 

35 Robert Richardson 

35 Thomas Selby 

35 Alex. Williams 

*■ 36 Robert Johnson 

36 John Jenkins 

36 Richard Kellum 

37 Major John Tillney 

64 Col. John Stringer 

80 Arthur Robins 

80 Anne Tofft 

81 John Goring 

fc 81 Henry Smith 

81 Wm. White 

82 Wm. Hickman 

83 Robert Hutchinson 

8^ John Wise 

176 John Wise 

176 Thos. Teakel 

186 Major John Tilney 

186 Same 

258 Thos. Leatherbury 

258 Geo. Johnson 

259 Same 

259 Ann Toft 

265 Mr. Wm. Cnstis 

266 Wril. Taylor 

266 John Walter 

266 Teage Miskett 

267 Mr. Dan'] Foxcraft 

267 Thos. Gittinis 

267 Wm. Blake 

269 Henry Scott 

268 Martyn Moore 

268 Roger Trenon, assignee of John Orily 

268 Thos. Orily 



666 
666 

666 

666 
666 

666 
666 

673 

667 

667 
667 

667 
667 
667 
667 

66S 

668 
668 

669 
669 
669 
669 
669 
669 

669 
669 
669 
669 
669 
(f* } 
669 



600 

500 

20OCT 

IJ50 

60O 

600 

85O 

1050 
IOOO 
2000 
IOOO 
IOOO 

400 

IOOO 

1250 
1060 
1060 

350 

IOOO 
IIOO 

1400 

950 

400 

2000 

300 

K- -^ 
200 

300 

600 

450 
300 
400 
400 
300 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 3 

286 John Wallop alias Warlow 1670 3050 

313 Win. Brittingham 1 45° 

316 Lt. Col. Win. Kendall 1670 10,500 

312 Same 1070 200 

388 Daniel Jennifer and Anne, his wife, late 

Anne Toft 1672 1 1,300 

$PS Same 1672 5000 

393 John Kendall 1672 700 

401 Deborah I.rown 1672 3600 

403 John Rolles 1672 200 

330 John Walter 1670 400 

405 Devereaux Browne 1670 3700 

413 John Kendall 1673 20 ° 

458 John Taylor 1673 34 

475 Wm. Taylor 1673 iooo 

478 Charles Ratcliff 1673 1300 

439 Ambrose White 1672 450 

482 Wm. and Mary, son and dau. of Wm. Ken- 
dall 1672 6000 

496 Wm. Blake 1672 300 

497 Wm. Jerman 1672 300 

498 Arthur Frame 1672 500 

505 Charles Scarburgh J ^73-4 435° 

510 Col. Wm. Kendall 1074 268 

514 John Wallop alias Waddilow if»74 450 

514 Sam'l Taylor 1674 700 

514 Edmund Boeman i'\~4 250 

527 George Johnson 1674 1 100 

529 Lt. Col. Jno. Tillnc 1074 1600 

531 Ambrose White 1674 2000 

533 Capt. John West, Chas. Scarburgh, Capt. Ed- 
mund Searburgh, Mrs. Tabetha Browne 1674 8000 

535 John Kendall "..1074 

540 Hugh Yeo r 9050 

541 Mrs. Anne Beatc 1^74 1350 

542 Major Edmund Boeman and Capt. Southey 

Littleton i6j( 



4 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

543 Major Edmund Boeman 1674 600 

545 J onn Kendall 1074 400 

545 Capt. Southey Littleton 1674 400 

545 Jonah Jackson 1674 500 

545 Capt. Southcy Littleton 1674 1500 



HENRICO COUNTY 

Book No. 8 

1 Gilly Grumeren 16S9 4S1 

/ I Thomas Cock, Sr 816 

2 Robert Beverly 10^9 9S8 

26 James Moore 1690 523 

28 John YYadson 1690 480 

29 Win. Porter and Daniel Price 1^90 440 

31 Alexander Mekeney 1690 640 

37V James Blair, Jeremiah Browne, Nicholas Bul- 

lentum 1690 130 

46 John Scott 1690 206A. 1 R. 2Cpo. 

47 Henry Randolph i^OjO 520 

/ 50 John Woodson, Sr 1690 1324 

56 Richard Ligon, Hugh Ligon and Samuel 

Newman 1690 130 

59 Peter Eicld 1690 690 

83 John Woodson, Jr \ 1385 

84 Charles Douglas 1690 435 

85 John Pleasants 1690 

99 Win, P.dwards 1690 1626 

in John Cannon 1090 158 

118 Henry Walthall ir.90 326 

122 Thomas Batt and John Bevill 1690 400 

122 Henry Wadkins •• 1690 60 

124 Martin Elam k*^ 900 

124 John Stowers and John Good 1690 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 5 

147 Gilbert Elam, Senr., and Gilbert Elam, Jr., 

and Ed. Ward 1691 2015 

153 Richard Kennon, Francis Epes, Joseph Roy- 
all and George Archer 1091 2827 

156 Phillip Jones 1691 1S9 

'157 Richard Cock 1691 270 

160 Wm. Glover 1691 217 

169 Hen. Randolph 1691 5650 

171 John Wilson, Sen. . .\ r 1C91 148 

172 John Worsham, Edward Stratton and Abra- 

ham Womack 1691 879 

173 John Pleasants 1691 1220 

215 Thomas Osborn, Sr 1692 1 1 13 

216 Abraham Womack 1692 269 

216 Francis Maybury 1692 400 

217 Thomas W'ebster 1692 900 

217 Philip Jones 1692 1238A.2R.36po. 

242 Giles Webb 1692 132 

242 Same 1692 344 

260 Thomas Cock, Jr 1693 52S 

270 Martyn Elam 1693 1700A. 2R. 

304 Richard Ligon and James Eakcns, Jr.... 1693 285 

\\309 Robert Thompson 1693 1230 

310 Wm. Pride 1693 1278 

2>72 Samuel Knibb 1694 82 

375 John Wi'lson, Sr. . .<". 1694 828 

379 Walter Clatworthy 1694 341 

380 Samuel Good 1694 SSS 

394 John Brodnax 1694 435 

404 Wm. Soan 1695 130 

408 Wm. Randolph 1695 1221 

4*6 George Archer 1695 1536 

426 Henry Hill 1695 733 

Book No. 9. 

62 P>artholomcw Fowler 1696 3 14 

68 Colo. Win. Ryrd 1696 5644 






6 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

I jo Mathcw Branch 1696 5° 

V 86 James Cock 1697 3] I 

105 Capt. Francis Eps * ( *)7 68 

128 Giles Webb 1697 5*8 

138 Capt. Thos, Cock 1696 49 

139 Win. C<>ck 1698 

144 Win. Burton 1698 144 

159 Henry Randolph 169S 73 1 ^ I R - V\ ,,J - 

159 Joseph Royall 1698 235 

160 Same 1698 50 

160 Francis Epcs 1698 f ^> 

161 Abraham W'omacke 1698 200 

167 Capt. W'm. Soan 1698 3150 

168 John Puckett 1698 257 

168 Thomas Pollard 1698 940 

169 James Franklin 1698 426 

172 Gideon Macon 1698 . 148 

187 Robert Burton 1699 1300 

191 John Pleasants 1699 3087 

236 Same 1699 98 

?37 John Davis r .1 200 

242 Mrs. Mary Ligon 1699 

268 Richard Dearelove 1700 221, 

270 W'm. Randolph 1700 1230 

273 Ephraim Garthright 1700 175 

2S7 John Davis 1700 254A. 3R. , v 

307 Robert Burton, Sr 1701 ■ • 

318 John Boiling 1701 50 

319 Francis Perce 1701 137 

321 John Woodson, Sr 1701 

322 John Pleasants 1701 2994 A. 2R. 35pcr. 

372 Benjamin Harrison 1701 3313 

373 Thomas Cock 1701 6fl8 

390 Thomas Farrar 1701 126 

399 John Worsham and Francis Patterson. 1701 924 

407 W'm. Tray lor 1701 700 

429 Robert Grigg 1702 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 7 

432 Capt. Win. Soanes 1702 51 

436 Nicholai Hutching! 1702 230 

437 John Jonany 1702 77A.SR.3Opo. 

442 Thomas Chamberlaine 1702 509 

443 Moses Wood 1702 237 

488 John Wilson, Sr. .57 1702 94 

488 Peter Harris 1702 94 

ASg John Pleasants 1702 331 A. 3R. 24pcr. 

491 James Cock 1702 570 

501 Henry Breazeale, Jr 1702 300 

501 James Franklin, Jr 1702 426 

502 Giles Webb 1702 1797 

521 John Robinson 1703 831 

524 Henry Mayes 1703 292 

525 John Woodson 1703 2700 

527 Matthew Branch 1703 710 

528 John Farlar, Jr 1703 471 

532 James Thweat 1703 234A.3R.10po. 

532 Same 1703 223A. 2R. 

540 Capt. Francis Epes, and others 1703 4000 

574 Francis Roews 1703 896 

575 Ann Perin 1703 . 200 

576 Wm. Randolph 1703 132 

577 James Franklin, Jr 1703 360 

612 Wm. Byrd 1704 344 

612 Same 1704 507 

621 Charles Evans 1704 383 

(>~2 Peter Ronlctt 1704 200 

C23 Jeremiah Benskin 1704 324 

624 Walter Scott 1704 250 

624 Robert Fasley 1704 315 

625 Thomas Andrews 1704 304 

626 Phillip Jones 1704 13 

626 John Pcrkinson T 704 212 

627 Thos. Jefferson, Thos. Harris, Mathew 

Branch and Thomas Turpin J 704 628 

627V John Pleasants and Joseph Pleasants lK.1704 lti6 



8 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



62S 
628 
629 

646 
648 
661 
665 

* 673 
674 

679 

688 
696 

/ 713 

\/ 722 

73* 
734 
737 
738 



42 
73 
74 
82 

93 

94 

123 

125 

128 

130 
132 
132 
132 
133 
134 
139 



John Granger 1704 

John Gill 1704 

Robert Woodson I7°4 

Robert Boiling 1705 

Mary Ascougfa I7°5 

Wni. Hatcher, Sr 1705 

Charles Evans 1705 

Allenson Clarke and Chas. Russell 1705 



John Bol 



lini 



Edward Bowman and Jno. 



Bowman 1705 

Abraham Michatix 1705 

Wm. Byrd 1705 

Richard Holmes 1705 

Robert Hudson and Thos. Pollard, Jr. . . . 1705 

Richard Cock, Jr 1706 

Richard Bland 1706 

John Wbrsham, Jr 1706 

Chas. Evans 1706 I468A. 

John Tullit 1705 



Book No. 10 

Abraham Salle 

Tarlton Woodson 

Charles Evans 

Wm. Shepard and Richard Baker 

Joseph Pleasants 

John Pleasants 

Abraham Michaux 

John Calvet 

David Pattison 

Henry Gill 

Wm. Lead 

Charles Hudson and John Bradley 

Charles Fleming 

Peter Dtttoy 

John Burton 

James Christian 



7ii 
713 
713 
/"I3 
713 
713 
713 
7i \ 
7U 
7i I 
714 
7i \ 
7M 
714 
7M 
714 



7^ 
235 

171 

50 

633 

540 
140 

945 

1 1 46 

574 
3^5 
252 
940 

570 

5 M 

190 

17.650 



232 
102 
200 
400 
1029 

138S 

850 

100 
400 
500 
500 
608 

U-7 
400 
|41 
38a 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



142 Stephen Chastiene 

« 148 Wm. Clark, Sr 

151 Charles Fleming 

156 Stephen Chasteane 

157 John Pleasants 

161 Charles Kvans 

148 Thomas Christian 

162 Wm. Grills 

163 Charles Fleming 

166 John Woodson and Charles Fleming 

167 Anthony Rappeene 

171 Amos Ladd 

177 Richard Grills 

190 Wm. Cox 

191 Thomas Ilarrod 

193 John Perkinson 

210 John Klles 

210 Gilly Grimurrin 

210 Gilly Grimurren 

216 Ebcnezer Adams 

216 Robt. Woodson, Jr 

/217 Thomas Mims 

■' 217 Richard Cocke 

217 John Farlar, Jr 

217 John Steavens 

229 Isaac Lafeit 

235 Maj. John Boiling 

237 John Woodson 

237 Same 

238 John Pleasants 

238 John Woodson 

239 John Pleasants 

240 Wm. Womack 

241 Thomas Hay ley 

244 Thomas Watkins 

245 Bartholomew Staval 

246 Charles Christian , 



4 


138 


4 


229 


4 


73* 


4 


280 


4 


54" 


4 


577 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


C70 


4 


1278 


4 


190 


4 


IC85 


4 


3000 


4 


440 


4 


448 


4 


150 


4 


500 


4 


292 


4 


5oo 


4 


670 


4 


M94 


4 


500 


4 


2497 


4 


300 


4 


i- 7 5 


4 


133 


4 


1388 


5 


150 


5 


348 


5 


25S 


5 


892 


5 


1309 


5 


950 


5 


350 


5 


400 


5 


3'8 


5 


400 



IO 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



247 

247 

252 

252 

253 

253 

253 

254 

254 

255 

266 

266 

267 

267 

282 

282 

28211 

282 

283 

283 

283 

283 

284 

284 

284 

285 

285 

285 

285 

285 

286 

280 

286 

291 
291 
292 
292 



Richard Cox 

Arthur Moseley 

John Martin 

Same 

Capt. Abraham Salle 

John Whitloe 

Win. Whitloe, Jr 

John Watson 

Joseph Pleasants 

Robert Hancock 

Peter Dutoy 1715 6 

Peter Chastaine 

John Chastaine 

Abraham Sablct, Jr 

Abraham Salle 

Same 

Jacob Almonet 

Matthew Page 

Stephen Renno 

Peter Soblet. Jr 

Maryan Mallet «. 

John Lavilliam 

John Jones 

Abraham Rcmy , 

Abraham Misshuex , 

Anthony Mattoone 

Anthony Gevodan , 

Daniel Foil re X. V ft £ 

Jacob Florenoy 

Anthony Tribuc 

Abraham Remmy 

Peter David 



James Bilhaud 1715 

Joseph Callio 

John Fouville 

Lewis Morrill 

Michael Chatnpee 



119A 



5 


107 


5 
5 


500 
180 


5 


444 


s 

5 
5 


133 

I5S 

400 


5 
6 

5 

. 2R. 

5 


55° 
500 

3'PO- 

1 1 1 


5 
5 


90 
88 


5 
5 
5 


57 

55 

186 


5 1 


221 


5 


133 


5 
5 
5 


90 

75 
200 


5 

5 


133 
85 


5 
5 
5 
5 


230 
107 
128 
296 


5 

5 
5 
5 


133 

i-3 
*5 


3* 

6 
6 


24po. 

75 
168 


6 




6 


U 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS n 

292 FrancU Lorange 17 II > 59 

292 John Martin 17 16 92A. 2R. 2opo. 

293 Gideon Charoboone iyi'> 33 

293 Moses I iveran 1716 1 17 

293 Isaac Parentan 1716 4 | 

293 Gaude Gory 1710 50 

293 Stephen Mallet 1716 125 

294 John Solcager 171^ 275 

294 Peter Sabotte 1716 88 

294 Francis Dnpec 1716 46 

294 Isaac Parentan 1716 105A. 2R. 34DO. 

295 Peter Meriset 1716 129A.1R.35po. 

295 Stephen Chastaine 1716 12 

295 John Forcuran 17 16 170 

295 James Bilbaud 17 16 4^ 

295 Stephen Buccard 171^ 93A. 2R. 

296 Nicholas Soullie 1716 133 

296 John Jones 1716 53 

296 Peter Fourc FA R £ 107A. iR. 13PO. 

296 John Farcee 17 16 40 

296 Charles Peranlt 1716 133 

297 Jacob Amonet 1716 88 

297 Anthony Rapine 17 16 122 

297 Isaac Lafeavour 17 16 68 

297 John Panitenr 1716 76 

298 Jacob Capoonc 1716 58 

298 Stephen Chastaine 1716 95A.3R.30po. 

298 Thomas Harden 1716 319 

300 Philimon Childers, Jr 1716 97 

301 Francis Epes, Jr 1716 690 

30T Francis Fpes 1716 311 

305 George Hunt 1716 226 

305 George Floyd 1716 353 

305 John Williams 1716 425 

307 Edward Curd 1716 531 

.311 John Boiling 1717 jao 

312 Michcll Michel! 1717 r> 2 8 



12 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



and J 



321 Henry Anderson 

321 Majr. John Boiling , 

321 Tarlton Woodson 

324 John Boiling, Edward Bowman 

Bowman 

328 Henry Wilson 

329 Dorothy Pleasants 

329 Francis Sassin 

345 Micael Johnson 

345 Colo. Francis Epes 

346 Francis Epes, Jr 

346 Wm. Kennon 

347 Joseph Royall 

347 Amos Lead 

347 Godfrey Fouler and George Archer 

364 Bartholomew Dupee 

364 Anthony Trebue 

365 Stephen Sunter 

369 James Branch 

277 Ralph Hudspith 

377 Samuel Garthrite 

2,77 James Legran 

378 James Aken, Sr 

378 Charles Fleming 

378 Thomas JefTerson and others 

379 James Moss 

379 John Barnes, Jr. and Wm. Barnes 

380 James Johnson 

380 John Johnson 

380 Owen Eaven 

381 Amos Lad 

381 Wm. Kernon 

393 Henry Soane 

393 John Boiling 

392 Wm. Kennon 

409 Matthew Ligon and Richard Ligon, Jr.. . 

408 George Freeman 



7*7 

717 
7^7 
ohn 

717 
7*7 
7U 
7*7 
7W 
717 
7W 
7W 
717 
7*7 
717 
7*7 
7i7 
7*7 
7W 
718 
718 
718 
718 
718 
718 
71S 
718 
718 
718 
718 
718 
718 
718 
71S 
718 
718 
718 



500 

300 

2$°7 

479 
500 

463 
104 
500 
1000 
285 
42 
900 
472 
500 

133 
522 

400 

3i 
370 
M3 
#5 

340 

1430 

1500 

400 

365 
400 
400 

150 
250 

I inn 
690 
800 
900 
290 
400 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



13 



411 Richard Wilson 

411 Edward Hatcher, J r 

411 Mark More 

412 Christopher Clark 

412 John Stone 

416 Elizabeth Bowman 

419 John Martin 

420 George Floyd 

420 James Aken, Sr 

420 Bonth Napier 

421 Jean Jouany 

422 Tarlton Woodson 

423 Wm. Finney 

557 James Christian 

557 John Towns 

558 Margaret Martin 

558V John Martin 

558 Frances Lorange 

Book No. II. 



Page Name Date 

44 John Gun 1 720* 

44 Joseph Bradly 1720 

45 James Nowellin 1720 

45 Amos Lad 1720 

46 v John Burton 1720 

46 Walter Clapton 1720 

47 Wm. Tray lor 1720 

46 Stephen Chasteaine 1720 

47 Edmund New 1720 

60 John Boiling 1721 

60 Same 1721 

61 Benjamin Locket 1721 

64 John Thornton 1721 

71 Amos Lad 1721 

71 Alexander Marshall 1721 

87 Thomas Farrcr 1722 



1718 


3S9 


1718 


223 


1718 


500 


1718 


500 


1718 


400 


1718 


50 


1719 


400 


1719 


200 


1719 


480 


1719 


497 


1719 


650 


1719 


3090 


1719 


400 


1719 


368 


1719 


450 


1719 


118 


1719 


182 


1719 


133 



No. 

acres 

150 

378 

282 

343 
500 
400 
500 

37 

400 

44 So 

2407 

400 

3600 

300 

628 

400 



i 4 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

89 Thomas Randolph 173a 

91 Same 1722 : - 

107 Daniel Croom 172a 400 

108 Thomas Wilson 17JJ 59 

I06 John Jones ]~.'j 52 

109 Benjamin Watkins 172a 500 

1 10 Benjamin Woodson 1722 178 

1 10 David Pattison 1722 jy 

in Anthony Rapeen 1722 400 

157 John Gun 1722 - 250 

158 Edward Scott \y^2 400 

158 Robert Blaws, Joseph Woodson, John VVood- 

son and John Woodson. Jr 1722 400 



YORK COUNTY. 

Book No. 7. 

No. 

Pac;e Name Date acres 

25 Wm. Whittacar 1680 400 

46 Robert Everett 16B0 aSo 

47 Thomas Cheesman 1680 550 

61 John Wright 16^0 

122 Edward Ilarwood and Thomas Piatt . ..l6& 759 

123 Argoll Blackstone 1682 

138 Samuel Signell J. , 1682 

♦ 178 John Smith J . . l6% 

217 Tho. Wotton and Henry Haywood \ . . . [68a 178 

280 John Page 1683 3 j 

292 Peter Glcnister 1683 80 

314 David Condon 1683 1 1 ; 

336 Wm. Cole 1683 618 

353 Robert Read 1^4 

360 Joseph Firth 10^4 150 

382 Richard Palmer r-S | 

— - 397 John Wright and Thomas Carroll 1684 10a 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 15 

411 Win. Bayley and John Lawson 1684 93 

416 Bryan Moore and John Cocklen 1 200 

442 Thomas Cooaens 1685 71 

4_j2 David Lewis [685 - 17 

443 Capt. John Tipl.idy 1685 3 o 

4 \.\ Thomas Lilburne . . .* 1685 i' 6 

513 William Townsend, Sr r 162 

539 John Tot< >n K 100 

583 Robt. Colvert 1 375 

586 Thomas Harrwood 1687 9 

602 Robert Curtis 1687 242 

621 Robt. Harris 1687 135 

640 Saml. Snignall , 16SS 30 

656 Charles Hansford 1688 180 

665 Henry Lee 1688 350 

679 Thomas Cox [688 79 

680 Samuel Snignall 1^88 30 

680 Robert Read 1688 305 

Book No. 8. 

No 

Page Name Date acres 

137 Wm. Clifton 1691 1650 

188 Armingcr Wade 1691 165 

188 Anthony Robinson 1691 33 

202 Charles Colthorp ifyi r 5 

206 Chrismas Raye [691 91 

214 Ralph Wormeley 1691 A parcel of land 

230 John Persons 1 650 

230 Henerick Van Deavoratt 169a 504 

248 Daniel Lark 1693 74 

278 Capt. Wm. Cary 1693 256 

300 Thomas Cheesman 1693 853 

301 Ovvin Davis 1693 I9J 

381 Scamore Lowell 1694 

382 Joseph White 1694 S,hi 



i6 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 9. 

135 James Whalcy 1698 300 

130 Edmd. Jenings 1698 694 

137 Daniel Park 1698 30 

137 Same 1698 100 

158 Joseph White 1698 50 

201 Robt. Shields and John Doswell 1699 y^ 

204 John Doswell i(//) 294 

212 Samuel Toplady Io 99 2 ° 2 

223 Thomas Harwood 10 99 202 

293 Miles Cary 1700 256 

347 Wm. Huitt 1701 150 

517 Arthur Lunn 1703 50 

570 John Tullet 1703 391 

592 Wm. Pattison 1704 300 

643 Stephen Fousce 1704 23 

608 Edward Thomas 1705 220 

Book No. 10. 

1 John Adduston Rogers 1710 270 

6 Philip Dunford 171 1 11 

6 Wm. Moss 171 1 27J/3 

39 Wm. Sheldon 171 1 150 

43 Francis Callohill and Giles Tavcnor. . . . 1711 48 

J 54 John Northen 171 1 100 

71 Francis Tyler 1713 38 

yy Henry Hay ward 1713 48;^ 

124 Wm. Row 1714 174^ 

125 Elizabeth Chcrmcson 1714 100 

171 Jonathan Dewitt 1714 100 

218 John Drewry 1714 15 

219 Giles Tavernor 1714 13A. 34chft 

418 Joseph Walker 1719 162 

Book No. ii. 

51 John Custis 1720 50 

141 Jonathan Drcwitt 1722 47A.&1J4 



■ 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



'7 



236 George Walker 1723 183 

343 John Brookes 1724 >'A 

Book No. 12. 

326 John Hubbard 1725 21 

340 Mrs. Mary Whaley 1725 i6>^ 

Book No. 13. 

333 John Davis 172S 40 

509 Robert Shield 1730 265 

531 Lewis Davis 1730 26 

Book No. 14. 
323 Thomas Couser 1731 83 

Book No. 15. 

194 Thomas Roberts 1734 7 

195 Same 1734 12^/2 

206 Richard Pate 1734 40 ft. sq. of land 

Book No. 23. 
748 James Gemmill 1744 6 l / 2 

Book No. 24. 
535 Edward Peter 1746 127 

Book No. 26. 
57 Wm. Moss 1747 24A.4chs. 

Book No. 2S. 
159 Robert Roberts 1747 81 

Book No. 31. 
631 Thomas Roberts 1755 44 

Book No. 32. 

505 Benjamin Powell 1755 2 lotts or iacrc. 

599 Landon Carter 1755 



18 VIRGINIA COUNTY RE( 

Book No. $$. 

435 Robert Smith i;-x 1 1 - 

567 Simpkin Bryan 1750 77 

887 Samuel Roberts 1-00 34 14 

Book No. 35. 
317 John Blair i 7 6 3 y 2 

Book Xo. 38. 
807 John Robinson 1769 26 

Book No. 40. 
783 John Tazewell 1772 3 lots 

COMMONWEALTH'S GRANTS OR PATENTS. 

629 Win. Xclson 1790 

629 Same 1790 4^ j 

630 Same 1790 255 

SUSSEX COUNTY. 

Book Xo. 35. 

No. 

Page Name Date acr« s 

302 Joshua Hartshorn 1763 18 

312 Nicholas Massenburg 1763 62 

399 Henry Gee 1763 1 »j 

408 Charles Jtnlkins 1763 250 

417 Thomas Myers 1763 254 

418 John Stokes 17^3 54 

543 Wm. Blunt 1764 26 

Book No. 36. 

559 John Mason, Jr 1704 f^-\ 

594 Geo. Long 1 920 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



>9 



619 Thos. Goodwynnc 1764 100 

64] Henry M>>^s 1764 23 

670 Howell Briggs 1 7' » v 4012 

695 Benj. Wychc 1 ; 200 

714 Xatlil. Peeplcfl 1765 230 

847 Bartholomew Bctts 1765 104 

941 Thomas King ". . . . 17^6 241 

1077 Wm. Rogers, Jr 1766 133 

Book No. 2>7- 

24 Richard Pepper 1767 264 

235 James Bell 1768 117 

Book No. 38. 

76 David Blanks 1769 20 

828 Richard Stewart 1769 395 

Book No. 39. 

124 Thomas Griffin 1770 179 

178 John Bell, Jr 1770 no 

285 Stith Parham 1771 344 

450 James Stewart 1771 75 

Book No. 40. 

490 James Chappell 1771 370 

605 John Lamb 1771 30 

652 John Fort 1772 41 

793 Wm. Connelly 1772 210 

871 Richd. Avery 1772 101 

874 Henry Briggfl 177-' 65 

S81 Peter Cain 1772 244 

Book No. 41. 

29 Benjamin Rogers 1772 45 

38 Hollom Sturdivant I ; 35 

in Pettway Johnson 1773 1780 

164 Michael Blow 1773 400 



20 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

165 Thomas Fisher 1773 1 

334 Josiafa Freeman 1773 5° 

341 Ambrose Grizzard 1773 ; 5 

364 Paddy Jarrad 1773 701 

375 Joseph Lane 1773 79 

Book C. 

525 John Jones 1781 46 

553 David Jones 17S1 240 

Book E. 

19 Thomas Lewellin 1775 62 

855 Thomas A vent 1780 19 

Book H. 

479 Thomas Avant 1783 80 

483 Barham Moore 1783 60 

497 John Bonner 1 yS^ 45 

500 John Kelley 1783 50 

502 Littlebury Mason " 1783 80 

543 Same 1783 87^ 

554 Michael Malone 1783 5 . 

512 Joshua Thorp 1783 Z7 X A 

Book M. 

486 Jesse Margrave 17^4 102 

Book N. 

I John Powell 1784 137 

262 Wm. Nicholson 1784 10954 

502 Capt. Judldns Hunt 1784 26 

Book O. 

549 John Saunders 1 7S5 33 ) ( 

Book Q. 

320 Isaac Bendall 17S5 20^ 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 21 

Book R. 

$66 Wm. Cocke, Jr 17S5 39 

624 John Johnson 1785 86 

Book S. 

291 John Smith 1785 51 

$06 Nathl. Robinson 17S5 79 

519 Judkins Hunt 1785 29 >4 

Book V. 

542 CyrccI Avery 1785 1234^ 

546 Howell Jones 1785 622 

Book X. 

31 Thos. Creagh 1785 150 

357 Jones Glover 1785 312 

666 Col. Charles William s 1785 100 

Book No. 6. 

453 Wm. Andrews 17S6 254J/2 

Book No. 8. 

2 37 Jesse Hargrave 1787 30 

238 Henry Cook 17S7 683^ 

463 Lawrence House 1787 218 

Book No. 12. 

278 Richard Harwell 1787 2^/2 

Book No. 13. 

617 Wood Heath 1787 236^ 

Book No. 14. 

37 Wm. Birdsong 1787 253J/J 

39 Wm. Chappell 1787 BDJ 



22 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 16. 
133 Nathl. Land 1787 200 

Book No. 17. 

165 John Masserburg 1788 47 '4 

547 Benj. Owens 1788 18 

Book No. 18. 
489 James Robinson 1788 395 J/j 

Book No. 19. 

74 Win. Mason 1788 30 

604 Charles Judkins 1789 10 

Book No. 23. 
493 John Judkins 1791 131 

Book No. 24. 
64 Michael Molone 1791 78J \ 

Book No. 25. 

47 Nathl. Wychc 1791 740 

316 John Judkins 1791 68 

Book No. 32. 
31 Peter Jennins 1794 2634 

Book No. 33. 

278 Thomas Mason 1795 1 I \ ; 

279 Thomas Mason 1795 15 

Book No. 36. 

581 Benj. Johnson 1797 10 

592 Benj. Thomas 1797 io*/j 

Book No. 37. 

431 Thos. Hicks 1797 7'j 

433 Hcrmon Horn 1797 7. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 23 

Book No. 39. 

432 Gray Gilliam 1797 20 

637 Jesse Zills 1797 ioJ4 

Book No. 40. 

276 Robert Linn 1798 25 



PATRICK COUNTY. 

No. 

Page Name Date acres 

Book No. 28. 

519 James Harris 1793 85 

Book No. 31. 

171 Edward Pedigo 1794 31 

246 George Ilairston 1795 150 

363 John Hook 1795 1190 

378 Same 1795 394 

595 Geo. Ilairston 1795 729 

Book No. 32. 

173 David Lawson 1795 y>X 

495 James Lyon, Sr 1795 97 

495 Same 1795 118 

565 Joseph Gallego and John Augustus Chcval- 

lie 1796 8000 

619 Benj. Chambers 1796 40,194^ 

Book No. 33. 

249 John Hall 1795 261 

377 James Lyon, Sr 1795 23 

4 2 4 John A. Chevallie and Joseph Gallego. . 1796 , 32,000 

457 Jedediah Leeds 1796 24,265 

577 Miller Easley 1796 122 



24 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Hook No. 34. 

20 James Ternain 1796 45.000 

332 Adam Turner I 7 , / ) 7 \ 

?>}>}> Jacob Adams 179') 105 

333 John Burnett 175 

$£# Win. Bowyer and Wm, Breckenridge. ..1796 05,000 

392 James Potiet, Jr 1796 137 

384 Tlios. Southcomb 1 796 14.000 

517 Joseph Reynolds 1796 209 

518 Wm. Deal 1796 55 

523 Augustine Thomas 1796 47 

569 Jno. Armstrong 1796 4.400 

694 Wm. Coleman and Horatio Gates llavc- 

land 1706 25.000 

^644 Clement Rogers 1796 55 

\[ 644 John Tompson i79 r > 58 

645 Moses Reynolds l 79& ?7 

646 Laurence Lee 1796 316 

646 John Dillian 1796 40 

143 Hugh Woods and Robt. Stockton 1796 200 

Book No. 35. 

22 John Barclay 1796 35*123 

25 Same 1 70 24.090*4 

61 Wm. Thorp 1796 101 

128 David Robertson 1796 422 

152 Joseph Reynolds 17 18 

164 Same 1796 1 50 

169 Same 1796 3 1 1 

r.(K)K No. 36b 

34 Wm. Bowyer and Wm. Breckenridge. .1796 ; 

117 Jas. Perkins, Saml. Bl&gge, Gardiner L 

Chandler and Wm. Coleman I796' 14.700 

302 Henry Lee i;</> 70.000 

407 Blixard Magruder 179 

484 Rodham Moore 1797 tl 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



25 



4S4 Bartemua Reynolds 1797 232 

4S6 Michael Ahart 1797 147 

488 Wm. William a 1797 22 

506 John Ogle 1797 79 

539 Joshua Eiaynea 1797 93 

543 John I look 1797 3 1 1 

543 Same 1797 100 

545 Same 1797 124 

546 Same 1797 231 

Book No. 37. 

57 Owen Ruble 1796 669 

342 Ellhu A> re 1797 170 

346 Francis Turner and Robt. Rowan 1797 1223 

356 Geo. Carter 1 797 145 

370 Tedrick Ewes 1 797 86 

396 Wm. Fuson 1 797 4 1 

397 Benj. Garrott 1797 142 

398 Joshua Haynes 1797 71 

400 John Hook 1797 13.402 

532 Levi Jones 1 797 222 

582 Thomas Dodson 1798 47 

585 Jonathan Shipman and Asher Waterman 179S 700 

Book No. 38. 

1 Benj. Haskill 1797 25,000 

72 Jas. F'erkins, Saml. Blagge, Gardiner L. 

Chandler and Wm. Coleman 1797 12,095 

229 Wm. Armstrong 1798 120 

248 Geo. Hairston 1 798 30 

248 Same 1798 104 

249 Same 1798 143 

254 Same 1 798 228 

263 Same 1 798 30 

267 Same 17 133 

268 Wm. Armstrong I7<;S 50 

268 Same 1798 55 

272 Jonathan Shipman and Asher Waterman i 2000 

3*4 Beverly Spencer 1798 150 



26 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Page 



GOOCHLAND COUNTY. 



Name 



Dat< 



Book No. 15. 

3 Chas. Christian 

9 John Netherland 

10 Amos Lad 

1 1 George Abbat 

14 Richard Parker 

15 Abraham Yenablc 

- 17 John Wright 

18 Andrew Crew 

19 \Vm. Wamack 

25 John Woodson 

26 John Woodson 

28 Geo. Cox and Martha Cox, Jr 

29 Geo. Briggs 

29 John Rolling 

30 Abram Venable 

31 Nathl Basset 

35 Chas. Linch 

37 Danl. Johnson, Joseph Johnson and J 

Nicks 

43 John Bostock 

43 John Cannon 

44 Chas. Bond 

47 Chas. Lynch 

48 Wm. Cannon 

60 Philip Thurmond 

64 Saml. Spencer 

64 Peter Rurgamy 

71 Saml. Ntickols 

J2 Josias Payne 

74 Thomas Low 

75 John I lobson 

78 Robert Wade 



73^ 
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733 
733 
733 
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733 
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acres 



400 

3"° 
94 

ISO 

400 

1 100 
300 
382 
400 
710 

1050 
400 
400 
250 

1300 
400 
400 

300 

350 

250 

400 
1700 

100 
1200 

3 So 

ws 
138 

400 

250 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RIXORDS 



27 



95 Chas. Hudson 

96 Henry Wood . . . , 
99 Saml. Nuckolfl . . . 
99 Richd. Randolph . 

101 Win. Moseley 

102 Same 

103 John Jones 

104 Leonard Hallow . ■ 

105 John Phillips 

106 James Daniel 

106 John Stoval 

107 Leonard Hallow 
107 Geo. Freeman 

1 1 1 Ebenezer Adams . 

113 Barth. Stoval 

119 John Johnson 

121 Joseph Fuqua 

j 21 John Maddox 

124 Robt. Adams 

130 \\ r m. Bradshaw . . 

133 Thos. Carter 

'134 Hugh Morris 

135 John Stoval 

137 Robert Adams . . . 

139 W r m. Taber 

141 Noel Burton 

146 John Pleasant 

149 Wm. Randolph . . 

160 Andrew Crew 

168 Lewis Jenkins . . . 

169 Jas. Terrel 

174 John Price 

174 Thos. Baugh 

178 John Lewis 

179 John Price 

180 Richd. Ward 

182 Richd. Williamson 



1733 


IOoO 


1733 




1733 


157s 


1733 


4150 


1733 


400 


1733 


200 


1733 


400 


1733 


340 


U33 


400 


UK 


330 


1733 


200 


1733 


400 


1733 


400 


U33 


1 150 


1733 


250 


1733 


400 


*733 


350 


1733 


400 


*733 


400 


*733 


390 


1733 


400 


1733 


400 


1733 


400 


1733 


400 


1733 


83 


1733 


400 


1733 


400 


1733 




*733 


200 


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1733 


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1733 


400 


1733 


400 


1733 


150 


1733 


400 


1733 


ISO 


1733 


400 



28 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



183 Jas. Terrell 

188 John Williams 

193 John Key 

194 Same 

195 Chas. Lynch 

149 John Sowcll 

149 Edmund Wood 

200 Henry Wood 

207 Jas. Defaux 

208 Henry Hatcher 

210 Joseph Smith 

211 Wm. Holladay 

214 Thos. Hallow 

220 John Hawkins 

221 Joseph Smith, Edwin Hickman and J 

than Clarke 

225 Merry Webb 

227 John Cobbs 

2^2 John Godley 

234 James Terry 

241 Chas. Toney 

242 Same 

243 Thos. Edwards 

248 Thos. Harbour 

255 Wm. Arrington 

257 John Cobbs 

271 John Parish 

271 Thos. Murrell 

2y2 Henry Cary 

2^2 Arthur I lopkins 

284 Wm. Mayo 

285 John Nash 

296 Wm. Verdcman 

297 Arthur Osborne 

302 Robert Lewis 

303 Abraham Ycnables 

304 Thomas Sowcll 



733 

734 

734 
7.^\ 
7.] \ 
734 
734 

734 
734 
734 
734 
734 
71\ 
>na- 

734 
7?^\ 
734 
734 
734 
731 
734 
734 
734 
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734 
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734 
731 
7.^ I 
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7:^ I 

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734 

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400 

400 

'45 

100 
400 
200 

130 
400 
287 
400 

400 

3-77 
200 
400 
400 
400 
400 
400 
200 
400 
400 
400 
400 
7i 

9000 

3' « « 

400 
200 
400 

174 

550 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



29 



345 John Crawford 1734 190 

346 John Kent 1734 500 

346 Win. Sanders 1734 400 

• 7.J7 Bcnj. Wheeler 1734 300 

348 James Defur 1734 150 

348 Win. Matlock 1734 190 

349 John Crawford ! 734 4°° 

350 Benj. W'hecler 1734 300 

354 Humphrey Parish 1734 400 

356 Joel Terrell and David Lewis !/34 2300 

358 Arthur Hopkins 1734 200 

360 Josias Payne 1734 154 

365 Jonas Lawson 1734 200 

370 Nicholas Meriwether *734 220 

372 John Nash 1734 400 

383 Christopher Cawthorn 1734 400 

385 Geo. Payne, Jr 1734 190 

2,^8 Same 1 734 400 

396 Jno. Cunningham 1734 200 

404 Christopher Cawthorn 1734 250 

413 George Hilton 1734 332 

417 Welcome W. Hodges 1734 400 



CAROLINE COUNTY. 

No. 

Page Name Date acres 

Book No. 13. 

276 John Cheadle and Thos. Hackett .Sep. 2, 1728 400 

388 John Sutton Sep. 2,1728 175 

3-3 Robert Holmes Sep. 28, 17. - 317 

400 Edward Yarborough Sep. 27, 1; 900 

400 Daniel and Henry White Sep. 27. r 500 

400 Isaac Allen Sep. 27. 1 50 

415 John Partle Sep. 27. I;;* 200 

445 Henry Raines June 2, 1730 250 



3° 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RED 



445 Same June 2, 1730 

488 Thos. Ham, Sr Sep. 38,1750 

4S9 Micajah Chiles Sep. 2 . 1 

489 John Clarke Sep. 28, i; 207 

490 Thomas Carr Sep. . 

490 John Hani- Se;>. js". 1730 r 2 

491 Richard and Francis Fowler. . . . Sep. 28, 1730 1 

Book No. 14 

151 Robert Beverley Feb. 24, 1730 4254 

159 Robert Chandler June 2 >, 1731 357 

162 John Ellis June 26, 1731 530 

286 W'm. Marshall Aug. 25, 1731 150 

287 Zachariah Martin Aug. 25,1731 306 

373 John Sandland Jan. 25, 1 73 1 400 

400 Richard Mauldin April II, 173a 3^7 

432 Thomas Carr April 11, 173a 2530 

457 Thomas Carr July 1, 1732 400 

512 Thos. Catlett Sep. 28, 1732 66 

529 Robert Beverley Sep. 28, 173a 929 

445 Henry Raines June 2, 1730 436 

Book No. 15. 

50 Wm. Bell June 20, 1733 

66 John Sutton 1 June 20, 1733 400 

76 Lewis Burwell . ." June 20, 1733 400 

82 Charles Gooddal June 20, 1733 915 

126 W'm. Beverley ( )ct. 26, 1733 4254 

176 Thomas Catlett Mar. 23, I733 1376 

286 Richard Long Aug. 20,1734 H65 

Book No. 16. 

144 Benj. Walker \ul:. «j. 1735 2°° 

490 George Wilson and John Clark. .Jan. 10, 1735 

Book No. 17. 

18 George W'oodroof Mar. 15, 1735 400 

421 Hugh Rea Oct. 3. 1737 118 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



1'»(h)k No. iS. 



3* 



34 Robert Baber Julj 20, 1738 10 

36 Samuel Coleman July 20,1758 joo 

Book Xo. 19. 

714 Thomas Collins Aug. 20, [740 90 

814 Joseph Berry Dec. i, 1740 286 

Book Xo. 20. 

25 Win. Crutch field Oct. 15, 1741 596 

430 Win. Pemberton and Easter Bell July 3 >. 1742 S>^ 

480 Wm. Trigg Mar. 30. 1743 157 

Book Xo. 21. 

518 William Stay ton Aug. 30, 1743 167 

520 Henry Bartlett Aug. 30. 1743 68 

Book Xo. 22. 
199 Win. Woodford Aug. 30. 1 744 36 

Book Xo. 24. 
169 Wm. Beverley Mar. 5, 1745 70 

Book Xo. 2S. 
357 Laurence Taliaferro Jan. 12. 1747 l6fl 

Book Xo. 31. 

201 Richard Davenport Sep. 15, 1752 

503 William Burdett July 10,1755 8i# 

Book Xo. ^2 
4°5 Wm. Daniel, Jr Oct. 17, 175 ; 1000 

Book Xo. 1,1,. 
475 Edmund Pendleton tag. 19,1; </> 

93 n Henry Terrell Sep. 20. 1760 



32 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 34. 

335 William Lindscy Aug. 10, 1759 294 

806 John Sutton Feb. 14, 1761 400 

936 Duncan Graham Aug. 7, 1 761 72 

1033 James Murry July 12, 176a 95 

1035 Wm. Boutwell July 12, 1762 18 

Book No. 35. 

461 Laurence Taliaferro Aug. 30, 1763 12 

Book No. 36. 

562 Wm. Qtiarles June 27, 1764 15 

913 John Philips Oct. 31, 1765 32 

1056 Laurence Taliaferro July 10, 1767 12 

Book No. t>7- 

194 John Micou Sep. 10, 1767 138 

250 Laurence Battaile July 20, 176S 20 

Book No. 38. 

489 Ignatius Raines Oct. 24,1768 47 

524 John Chiles Apr. 6, 1769 255 

Book No. 39. 

55 David Chivis May 12, 1770 6]/ 3 

180 George Turner Aug. 2j f 1770 6$ 

Book No. 41. 

450 Anthony Thornton, Jr June 15, 1773 ft 



COMMONWEALTH GRANTS AND PATENTS 

No. 
Page Name Date acres 

Book d. 

325 John Minor Dec. 11,1780 200 

326 John Pickett Dec II, 1780 400 

327 Mace Pickett Dec. II, 1780 339 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECOl 



33 



r.ooK e. 

841 Robert Gilchrist Dec. 11,1780 }i 

Book No. 9. 
673 John Herd July iS. 17S7 53 

Book No. 14. 
391 James Miller Dec. 13, 17S7 78 

Book No. 15. 

708 Thomas Lomax April 17, 178S 58 

709 Thomas Lomax April 17, 1788 13 

728 Robert Beverley April 17, 1788 114 

Book No. 2S. 
624 William Petross July 26, 1793 T ^ 



34 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS 

(Continued from Vol. VI.) 

Dailey, James, Drummer, Cbc+1. Line, 3 years' servi* 

Wallace, James, Private, State L'tie, 3 years' service. 

Dunn, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Drown, Robert, Trumpeter, \ a. cavalry, 3 years' service; 

Bridgmatt, Franklin, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 

Madison, William, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
'"'Clark, William, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 

Crump, Thomas, Private, State Artillery, 3 years' service 

Mill, John, Private, State Artillery, 3 years' service. 

Zimmerman, William, Sgt., Contl. Line. 3 years' S< I vice. 

Hix, Edward, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Lowe, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Lowe. Thomas, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Cooper, Spencer, Corporal, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 

Owl, Robert, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Bowers, Philip. Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Harris, Waiter, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Andrews, Jesse. Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Parker, Jeremiah, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' sen 

Cunningham, Nathaniel, Sgt., Contl. Line. 3 years' ser\ ice. 

Cannafax, Edward, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Learwood, Josiah. Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
—Tucker, James, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 \ear^' service. 

Ramble, Samuel, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Perryman. Benone, Lifer, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Morgan, William. Private, Contl. Line, y years' -ervice. 
Baylis, William, Private, State Line. 3 years' service. 
Moody, James. Captain, State Line. 3 years' 
McSwain. Edward, Sgt., State Lme. 3 years' service, 

Deprist, Robert, Drummer. State Line. 3 years' service. 
Angel. William. Private, State I ars' sen 

Salmon. George, Sgt., Contl. Line. 3 years' service, 

Branan, Thomas, Sgt.. Contl. Line. ; service 

Baytop, James, Captain, Contl. Line, 

Baytop, John. Lieut., State Line, 3 years' se rvic e. 



1508130 

VIRGINIA COUNTY RE< OKDS 



35 



Stern, Charles, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Waller, John, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Dobbins, Charles, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Stockley, Charles, Lieut.. Contl. Line, 7 years 1 service. 
Long, Reuben, Lieut., C< ntl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Haley, William. 1'iivate, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 

Whife, William, Capt., deed., Contl. Line. 3 years' service; 

warrant to John White Aug. 15. 1783. 
Edwards, John, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Flournoy, Samuel, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Rhoads, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 year-' service. 
Marshall, David. Private. State Line, 3 years' service. 
Cottorel, William. Midshipman, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
"Elder, Ephraim, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Summerson, Gavin, Midshipman, State Navy, 3 years' service, 
Harrison, Val, Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years 'service. 
Williams, Henry, Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Flemister, Lewis, Private. Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 
Ball, Aaron, Private, G ntl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bridgman, Thomas. Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bartley, William, Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Davis, John. Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Roe, John, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
League, James, Private. C ntl. Line, 3 years' servi 
Grymcs, George, Sgt., C« ntl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Gary, John, Sgt., C ntl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Roberts, J< hn, Private, State Line. 3 years' service. 
Nichols, John, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 

Suart, James, Private, O ntl. Line. 3 rvicc, 

-f< rd. William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 year-' si rvicc. 

Boils, David. Private, ('-it!. Line, 3 years' sen 
Fisher, Tin mas. Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' 
Hunt, William, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' 

Pureed. Jd.n. Private, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 

Branam, John, Private. Contl. Line. 3 year-' sen 
Green. John, Private, Contl. Line, 
Riglie, William. Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' 
laylor, Arch.. Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 



36 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Lee, James, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 

Hatton, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 - rvicc. 

Fletcher, Stephen, Private, Contl. Line, 3 year*' service. 
Woodford, Win., Prig.-Gcn., deed., Contl. Line, 3 years' ser- 
vice; John Woodford, heir, Aug. 20, 1783. 
Lurk, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service, 
llaynes, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service 
Jones, Richard, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Harnett, Ambrose, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
O'Neal, Farrell, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Buck, John, Private, State Line, 3 years' ser\; 
Roberts, Obedience, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Clift, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Arnold, John, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Mtllin, Anthony, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Perry, John, Cornet, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brown, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' SCTvi 
Monro, George, Dr., Surgeon, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brady, Luke, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
McCormack. Adam, Private, Contl. Line, 3 \ ears' ser. . 
Gamble, Dennis, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Miller, Javan, Lieut., Contl. Line, 7 years' serv 
Richeson, Walker, Lieut., Contl. Artillery, 3 years' service. 
.Wood, James, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Ogdcn, Matthew, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Conway, Joseph, Lieut., Contl. Line. 7 years' service. 
Smithers, Stephen, Sgt., Contl. Line, 7 y< , .ice. 

Biggs, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Taplcy, Thomas, Private, Contl. Line, 3 v< vice. 

Curl, Richard, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Ross, Val., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' 
Wood, Nicholas, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Tinsley, Jonathan, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Scott, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 yean 1 service. 
Kirkpatrick, James, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Tliayar, William, Sgt. -Major, Contl. Line, 3 years' ^'Tvice. 
Wood, William, Corporal, Contl. I : . .; \ ft] ^ervicc. 
Plummer, Armistead, Private, Cbntl. Line, 3 years' service. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 37 

RaitSOfie, Robert, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Doyle, Robert, Private, Contl Line, 3 years' service. 

Pi ice, David, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hopkinstock, Charles, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bnnn, David, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Hill, Thomas, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
McNamara, Timothy, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Ililiard, Joseph, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Smith, James, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Armstrong, Tobias, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Fleming, William, Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Burk, John, Fifcr, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bowyer, Henry, Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brekenridge, Robert, Lieut., Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 
Payne, Joseph, Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Dcner, Jacob, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Pearman, Harrison, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Fortune, Nathan, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Carney, Patrick, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Cox, William, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Grisscll, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Mcrritt, Samuel, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hynes, James, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hart, Robert, Drum Major, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bradley, John, Sgt., deed., Contl. Line, 3 years' service; Mary 

Bradley heir-at-law, Aug. 25, 1783. 
Deiner, Jacob, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' serviee. 
Hart, Robert, Drum Major, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Lawless, Austin, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Robertson, James, Lieut., deed., State Line, 3 years' service; 

Philip Barbour heir-at-law, Aug. 26, 1783. 

Moore, Ralph, Corporal, Contl. Line. lervice. 

Steel, Win., Lieut., State Navy, 3 service 

Boyling, Matthew, Drummer, Contl. Line, 3 ycar<' service. 

Emanuel, Henry, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Monk, Joseph, Sgt., Contl. Line, 

Winston, William, Lieut.. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Holmes, Lewis, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' ser\ 



38 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Woolfolk, Francis, Sgt., Contt Line, | .ice. 

I' . John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Alt. p. Thomas, Private, Contl. Line, service. 

Bailey, Edward, Sgt., deed., State Lh rV service; Wil- 

liam Newby Baily heir-at-law, Aug. 28, 1 7^3. 

Carter, John, Sailor, State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Winphrey, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Andrew-. Benjamin, Sgt., State Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Dickson, James, Private, State Line, 3 years' service 

Powell, Chas., Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Dennis, Henry, Private, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 

Simpson, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Murray, Ralph, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Qievalier, Anthony, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Ward, George, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Higgins, Robert. Captain, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Broom, John, Sgt.. Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Marks, Isaiah, Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Copland, William, Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Anber, Peter, Private, deed., Contl. Line. 3 years' service ;\Vm. 
Vause heir-at-law, Aug. 30, 1783. 

Beavers, John, Drummer, deed., State Line, 3 years' service; 
John Beavers, heir-at-law, Aug. 30, 1783. 

Plummer, William. Sgt., Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 

Beavers, Benjamin. Sgt.. State Line, 3 years' service. 

Flatford, Robert, Sgt.. State Line. 3 years' service. 

Galbreath, Robert. Sgt.. Contl. Line. 3 years' servi 

Greg ry. Willi; in. Private, (Wed., Contl. Line, 3 years' service; 
Walter Gregory, heir-at-law. Sept. 1. 1783. 

Gregory. Charles, Sgt.. ("< ntl. Line. 3 years' service, 
Bonner, Richard. Sgt.. ( \ ntl. Line, 3 years' service 
J' ncs, Pi t- r. < 4 rj ral, I '■ 1 tl. Line, 3 years 1 1 1 ■ 

Rutter. Adam. Private. Contl. Line. 3 

Nuttall. [vers< n, Midshipman, State N'a\ y. 3 -rvicr. 

Eiewell, Thomas, Privi tate 1 me, 3 • ervke, 

Puryear, Jesse, Private, Contl. Line, 3 rice 

I - t, Matt, Private, G ntl. I ine, 3 years 1 servi 
Anderton, John, Private. State Line. 3 years 1 service. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Anderton, Isaac, Private, State Line, 3 years' servi 
Stacey, John, Private, State Line 3 years' service. 

St. Leger, William. Private, State Lino, 3 years' service. 
Nicking, James, Saili r, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Sanders, Presley, Sgt., C ntL Line, 3 years' service. 

Sanders. Joseph, Lieut., State Navy. 3 years' service. 
Dydes, Robert, Seaman, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Nelms, Meredith, Seaman, State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Winder, Jesse, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years 'service. 

Shearman, Matt., Midshipman, State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Hundley. Joshua, Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Melton, Hardy, Private, State Line, 3 year.-* service. 

GritTm, Robert, Private. State Line, 3 years' service. 

PackettS, Richard, State Line. 3 years' service. 

Burk, Thomas, Private Contl. Line. 3 years service. 

Carroll, Berry, Private. State Line, 3 years' service. 
•Smith, John, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Yarbrough, Charles, Lieut.. Contl. Line, 3 years' >ervice. 

Farinholta, David, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Jones, Robert, Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Cavcr.dcr, Joseph, Sgt., Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Taylor, Richard, Lieut.-Col., Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Newell, John. Sgt., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
*Shelton, David, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Murphy, Michael, Private. Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Hull, David, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' -ervice. 

Bowling, Thornberry, Private. State Line. 3 years' service. 

Hughes, James, Sgt., State Line, 3 years 1 service. 

1 iray, James, Sgt., G ntl. Line. 3 years' service. 

I inn, John. Sail* r. S;. tc Navy, 3 years 'service. 
Webb, Thomas, Private, State Line, 3 years' service 
Childress, M< sby, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Morgan, Andrew, Sgt, Si ite I me, 3 years 1 ervice. 

Corhell, Peter. Corporal. State Line, 3 ervice. 

• Pope, Fortunatus, Sgt., St te I ine, 3 years 1 -ervice. 
Angell, William, Sail- r. State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Pullen, William. Sgt, State Li; 

Holmes, [saac, Lieut.. State Line. 3 \rar>' serv:< <\ 



39 



4 o VIRGINIA COUNTY R DS 

Woodson, Hughes, Captain, Contl. Lin . 3 > irs' service. 

Grigg, Lewis, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Grigg, Aimer, Private, State Line, 3 years' sir i 
Iluls, James, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bullcn, Luke, Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service, 
Murray, Richard, Private, Cc ml. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Grant, Win., Private, ContL Line, 3 years' service. 
Fleming, John, Sgt., State Line, 3 years' servi 



NORTHAMPTON CO. MARRIAGE BONDS. 
(Continued from Vol. VI., page ior) 

June 25 17S8. William Bloxom and Keziah, widow of 

Charles Core. 
Dec. 27, 1788. Isaac Bratton and Nancy, dau. of Jacob 

Nottingham. 
Feb. 17, 1789. Doctor John Boisnard and Esther Robins, 

dau. of Edward Robins, deed. 
Oct. 9, 1789. John Blackwell and Margaret Jarvis, dau. 

of William. 
Aug. 25, 1790. James Barned and Sally Peck (or Pake), 

dau. of Elizabeth. 
Feb. 12, 1790. Anthony Burras and Mary Bell, widow of 

Robert Bell. 
Aug. 3, 1790- William Bloxom and Mary Johnson, widow 

of Robinson Johnson. 
Sept. 14. 1790. Edmund Bayly and Rachel Upham, dau. of 

John Upham, Snr. 
Dec. 9, 1791. Jonathan Bunting and Nancy White, dau. 

of Obedience White, deed. 
July 4, 1791. Daniel Benthall and Betsy Moore, dau. of 

Isaac Moore, deed. 
May 21, 1791. . Jonas Belote and Susannah Holt, widow of 

Stewart Holt. 

Nov. 26, 1792. John Bird and Margaret . Elizabeth 

Parkinson her mother gives consent. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



4i 



April 30, 1792. 



July 


3*i 


i/93- 


Dec. 


20, 


1793- 


Jul, 


16, 


mi* 


April 


2 


1/93- 


May 





i/93- 


Jan. 


16! 


1794. 


June 


13. 


1794. 


Dec. 


9. 


I/94- 


June 


3. 


'795- 


Feb. 


1 1. 


1795. 


Dec. 


19. 


'795- 


March 24, 


1796. 


Sept. 


13 


[706. 


Sept. 


24- 


1706. 


Dec. 


15. 


[796. 


Jan. 


31. 


<797- 


June 


8, i 


797- 


July 


10, 


'797- 


Aug. 


I9» 


1797. 


Sept. 


4. 


'797- 


Oct. 


26, ] 


797- 


Nov. 


18, i 


797- 


Dec. 


20, 1 


707- 


Aug. 


3°b 


[798. 


-July 


3?i ] 


798. 


May 


30, i 


70S. 


May 


22, 1 


798. 


May 


24, \ 


798. 


Feb. 


20, 1 


Rod. 


Aug. 


i, 1 


801. 


June 


8, 1 


801. 


July 


7, * 


801. 



John Booth and 1 of 

William Cowdry. 
k Kendall Belotc and Sukey Widj 
< Laban Belotc and Esther Dalby, dau. of 
John Dalby, Snr. 

William Bain and Susannah Dunton. 

Daniel Bcnthall and Elizabeth Nottingham. 

Nicholas Bloxom and Peggy Abel. 

Arthur Bonncwell and Susanna Toleman. 

Henry Bingham and Ritta Colli) 

Thomas Biggs and Ann Warren. " 

Israel Bradford and Sally Waltham. 

George BoggS and Margaret Stringer. 

Gecrge Bell and Susev Bell. 

Nathaniel Benthall and Peggy O'Dear. 

James Biggs and Nice Courser. 

S ' mon Beavans and Esther C 

Azariah Benson and Sarah Cutler. 

George Bradford and Elizabeth BoswelL 

William Bain and Betsy Rol 

Ilolloway Bunting and Sally White. 

Samuel Beavans and Molly Pre^s. 

William Bell, Jnr., and Esther Scott. 

Abraham Bccket and Sarah Thompson. 

Thomas Bell and Tinney Chance, dau. of 
William Chance. 

Nathaniel Bryan and Esther Mapp. 

Doctor John Boisnard and Nancy Kendall. 

Hezekiah Beavans and Mary Morris. 

Thomas Bullock and Nancy Wingate, 

Ezekid Badger and Mary Dunton. 

*y Wcscoat. 

John B u rton and Ann Simkins. 

Pch r Bowdoin and Leah Teackle, dau. of 
Thomas Teackle. 

Jonathan B(K)1 and Peggy Bool. 

Solomon Bccket and Adah Liverpool. 



4 2 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

June 24, 1717. Thomas Custis o! Accomac and Ann Ken- 
dall of Northampti n. 

Sept. 19, 1721 William Copeland and (woman's name not 
given). 

Oct. I, 1722. Richard Carvcy and Sarah Walter, widow. 
May 25, 1723. Thomas Cable and Sorrowful Margaret 

Kendall, widow. 
Jan. 13, 1725. Edward Carter and Mary Mapp. 
March 3, 1732. John Custis and Anne Kendall. 
Feb. 21, 1733. Jacob Costin and Sophia Savage. 
May 17, 1736. Simon Campbell and Joanna Roberts. 
Dec. 30, 1747. Michael Christian and Patience Michael, 

dan. of Jcachim Michael. 
Feb. 25, 1756. Isaac Clcgg and Peggy Major, dau. of Wil- 
liam Major, Snr. 
March 12, 1750. Po.-ihumous Core and Susannah Henderson. 
G>ct. 3» ] 75°- Giles Cooke of Gloucester Co. and Margaret 

Savage, dau. of Esther Savage. 
March 24, 1749. Moses Cox of Norfolk Co. and Jeaca Mills, 
dau. of William Mills. 
William Christian and Keziah Rlair, widow. 
Isaac Clcgg and Esther Jacob. 
Isiah Clegg and Aim Belote, widow. 
Henry Custis and Betty Downing, dau. of 

Arthur Downing. 
Charles Carpente and Elizabeth, dau. of 

John Custis Mathews. 
Savage Cowdry and Mary Barlow, dau. of 

the Rev. Henry Barlow. 
William Christian and Matilda, dau. of 

Kelly and Beautifiler Johns n. 
Edmund Cere and Carris. dau. of Thomas 
(orris. ( 

Fraud itin an l Susannah Elliott, daa 
, of Thomas i 

I 1 re and Betty Dalby. 



June 


7> 


i75°- 


June 


! 7> 


1763. 


May 


8, 


1764. 


Aug. 


29, 


1763. 


April 


E5j 


1758. 


June 


15. 


I7S8. 


Jan. 


6, 


176 1. 


Dec. 


15. 


1760. 


Dec. 


7. 


1764. 


Jan. 


12, 


1768. 







V1R 


Nov. 


8, 


1768. 


Nov. 


Hi 


1769. 


Feb. 

March 


20, 

8. 


1770. 

1768. 


March 


23, 


K73 


Jan. 


3. 


1778. 


Nov. 


28, 


1778. 


Nov. 


20, 


1779- 


Dec. 


21, 


1779- 


May 
Feb. 


28, 
14. 


1781. 
1782. 



GINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



43 



Jan. 8, 1782. 



Sept. 


18, 


1782. 


Dec. 


16, 


1783. 


Dec. 


2. 


*7%3. 


Jan. 


15. 


1783. 


July 


2, 


1784. 


Dec. 


11, 


1785. 


Dec. 


20, 


1785. 


Dec. 


13. 


1785. 


Nov. 


25. 


1786. 


Dec. 


M. 


1786. 


Nov. 


Hi 


1786. 



Charles Carpenter and Bridget Matthews, 
widow. 

Tl < mas Cowdry and Sarah Jacob, dau. ol 

Esau Jacob. 

acl Christian and Elizabeth Barlow. 
V. illiam Carey and Esther, dau. of John 

Custls Mathews. 
VVil!l3m G 5tin, son of Matthew, and Ann 

'•'lower, dau. of Robert Trower, deed. 
Mi hael Conncrs and Margaret Griffith, 

\\ idow. 
Robert Cage and Esther Turner, dau. uf 

John Fairbush Turner. 
William Clegg and Susannah Dixon, dau. of 

John Dixon. 
Nicholas Campbell and Anna PigOtt, dau 

of Salem Pigott. 
William Carpenter and Tabitha Goffigon. 
Henry Costin and Rachel Saunders, dau. of 

James Saunders, deed., and Tabitha his 

wife. 
William Clay and Nancy Fitchett, dau. of 

Joshua Fitchett, deed. 
Charles Carpenter and Susannah Waltham. 
Obed Carey and Esther Nottingham. 
Isaac Clegc, r and Agnes Piper, dau. of 

Josiah Piper, his dau. being 17 years old 

last April. 
Ekazer Core and Keziah Rogers. 
Peter Clegg and Rosanna Milby. 

Robert Qegg and Betsy Scott, widow of 

Wm. Scott. 
John Core and Susannah Baker. 

Samuel Costin and Elizabeth Griffith. 

William Croswell and Eli -he Stripe. 
Hillary Clegg and Mary EllegO 
John Collins and Ann Q 



44 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Aug. 29, 17S7. Southcy Cobb and Ann Pratt. 

1787. William CaplC and Ann Luke. 

Aug. 14, 17S7. William Caple, son of Major Caplc, and 
Esther O'Dcar, dau. of William O'Dcar. 

March 25, 17S7. Thomafl Clark and Elizabeth Warren. 

March l, 1787. John Cowles and Rachel Stephens. 



(To be continued) 



/ 



ORANGE COUNTY MARRIAGE BONDS. 
(Continued from Vol. VI., page 172) 

Dec. 5, 1782. Richard Gaines and Elizabeth Eastin. Con- 
sent of the mother, Elizabeth Eastin. Se- 
curity — Philip Eastin. 

James Goodale and Sally Harvey. Security 
—John Bell. 

Isaac Hite, Jnr., and Nelly Madison. Se- 
curity — A. Madison. 

Charles Porter, Jnr., and Betsy Proctor. 
George Proctor, father, gives consent. 
Security — Benj. Hansford. 

Robert Rodcs of Albemarle Co. and Liza 
Delancy. Security — And. Shepherd. 

Achilles Stapp and Margaret Vawtcr. 
Mary Vawtcr. the mother, gives consent. 
Security —Richard White. 
Dec. 21, 1782. Joh.i Taylor and Mary Jarrell. John Jar- 
relh the father, gives consent. Security 
John Jarrell. 

John Taylor and Elisabeth Kavenaugh. 
Security — John P; re. 

Richard Waugh and Elizabeth Brown. Se- 
curity — And. Shepherd 

William White and Mary Brockman. Con- 
sent o( Saml. Brockman, the father. 
Security — John Henderson, Jnr. 



Jan. 


*3> 


1782. 


Dec. 


3*. 


1782. 


Nov. 


Hi 


1782. 


May 


27. 


1782. 


Nov. 


27* 


1782. 



Sept. 


25, 1782. 


Nov. 


11, 1782. 


Sept. 


10. 1782. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Dec. 12, 1783. 

Sept. 13, 1783. 

Jan. 14, 1783. 

June 6, 1783. 

March 27, 17S3. 

March 10, 1783. 

April 24, 1783. 

June 19, 1783. 

Feb. 24, 1783. 

Dec. 12, 17S3. 

Dec 30, 1783. 

Dec. 24, 1783. 

June 14, 1783. 

A"g. 3, 1782. 



45 



John Ahart and Peggy Pearson, consent of 
father Robert Pearson. Security — Galen 
White. 

Reuben Bostin and Sarah Hawkins. Se- 
curity — George Petty. 

Jacob Carrol and Tabitha Reynolds. Rachel 
Reynolds, the mother, gives consent. 
Security Benj. GrifTy. 

William Cave and Frances Christy. Con- 
sent of John Cave to son's, and Julius 
Christy to daughter's marriage. Security 
— Belficld Cave. 

John Cootes and Sarah Thompson. Se- 
curity — Edwd. Thompson. 

Thomas Cox and Milly Oliver. Tabitha 
Oliver gives consent to daughter's mar- 
riage. Security — Joel Stodghill. 

Thomas Davis and Elizabeth Early. Theo- 
dosia Early gives consent to daughter's 
marriage. Security — James Early. 

Thomas Dcering and Mary- Raursey. Se- 
curity — James Dcering. 

William Fitzhugh and Ann Taliaferro. 
Lawrence Taliaferro, the father, consents. 
Security — Francis Dade. 

Joseph Ham and Sarah Hearen. Consent 
of parents, Francis and Sarah Hearen. 
Security — William Glass. 

John Hicatt and Sarah Arnold. Security — 
Michael Arnold. 

Lewis Hicatt and Parbary Allen. Security 
— Thomas Davis. 

George Martin and Elizabeth Jones. Con- 
sent of father, Thos. Jones. Security — 
John Young. 

Micajnh Neal and Milly Bcasley. Consent 
of father, James Bcasley. Security — 
Mace Pickett. 



46 


VIR 


Dec. 


ii, 1783 


Dec. 


22, I783 



Sept. 8, 17S3. 



March 


25. 


1/83- 


May 


22, 


1783. 


March 


*7, 


17*3 


Dec. 


25, 


1783. 


May 


1, 


1783 


June 


2, 


1/83. 


June 


19. 


1783. 


July 


21, 


1783 


Feb. 


1 1, 


17*3 


Aug. 


2A, 


1783 


Aug. 


IS, 


1783 



VIRGINIA COL'XTV RECOl 



John Orant and Peggy Lintor. Security — 

Ben. Hansford. 

John Page, Jnr., with consent of parents 
John Page, Snr.. and Eliz. Rage, to Mary 
Collins, with consent of mother Mary 
Collins. Security — William Alexander. 

Ambrose Powell, with consent of father, 
Thomas Powell, to Sally Britt, consent of 
mother, Mary Jiritt. Security — James 
Bush. 

Hezekiah Proctor and Nancy Young, with 
consent of father, John Young. Security 
— John Tunley. 

George Ouisenherry and Jane Daniel. Se- 
curity — Vivipn Daniel. 

Richard Quinn and Ann Wood. Security 
— Wm. Glass. 

William Riddell, son of Lewis, and Joyce 
Reddel. Security — John Godard. 

Thomas Davis of Spotsylvania and Susan- 
nah Iliatt. Security — John Hiatt. 

William Smith of Rockingham and Lucindy 
Smith, dau, of Joseph Smith. Security — 
Rice Smith. 

Charles Smith and Jane Morton. Consent 
of father. Elijah Morton. Security — 
I< eph Morton. 

John Stranghan and Mary Sanders. Con- 
sent of father. Nathaniel Sanders. Se- 
curity — James Sanders. 

Reuben Taylor and Rebecca Moore Se- 
curity— James Taylor. Jr. 

Vincent Vass and Elizabeth Manning, 
widow. Security— Richard Dickinson. 

Thomas Walker and Meseniah Powell 

sent of mother, Mary Powell. Seer.: 

Francis Powell. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECOJ 



A7 



July 8, 1783. Win. c rittenden Webb and Jane Buckner. 
Security — VV. Buckner. 

Feb. 20, 1783. Richard White and Gatey Oliver, coi 

of mother, Tabitha Oliver. Security — 
Belfield Cave. 

Nov. 5, 1783. J< hn Wrighl and Margaret Jones. 

March 15, 17S5. William Alcock and Catey Bell Security 

j — James Taylor. 

/Dec. 19, 1785. Edwin Young and Frances Wrigh t Secur- 
ity — Benjamin I lailey. 

June 19, 1784. William Vawter and Mary Rucker. Secur- 
ity — James Sta] p. 

July 28, 1785. Joel White and Frankey Rucker, dau. of 
John Rucker. Security — Geo. Tomlin- 
son. 

July 20, 17S5. Johnson Watts and Sukcy Davis, dau. of 
George and Elizabeth Davis. Security — 
James Taylor. 

Jan. 13, 1785. William Webb and Sarah Leathers, dau. of 
John Leathers. Security — John Atkins. 

Dec. 22, 17S5. Julian Watts and Mary Eve, dau.. of Anne 
Eve. Security — Prcttyman Merry. 

Nov. 24, 1785. George Tomilson and Elizabeth White, dau. 
of Henry White. Security — David | Dan- 
iel ?) Cave. 

Jan. 29, 1785. James Tindar and Molly Shadrack, dau. of 
Tobe Shadrack. Security — John Sha 1 
rack. 
• March 24, 1785. John Smith and Elizabeth Warren. Secur- 
ity— Thos. Bell. 

April 13, 1785. William Thompson and Acquilia Breeding. 

Security — John Warren. 
July 22, 1784. Jesse Thornton and Ann Bohen. dau. of 
Benj. and Ann Bohen. Security — George 

Waugh, 

Oct. 14, 1785. Stephen Silvey and Frankey Dean. S 

ity — Joh.n Dean, 

(To be continued) 



4 8 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

REVOLUTIONARY PENSK >NERS. 
A census of pensioners for Revolutionary or militar) 

vices with their names, ages and places of residence, as re- 
turned by the Marshals of the State of Virginia, under the Act 
for taking the Sixth Census, I June, 1840. 



VIRGINIA— EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Elkaneh Andrews, Accomac parish, Accomac Co., aged JJ 

years. 
John Charnock, St. George's Parish, Accomac Co., aged 81 

years. 
Peter P. Copes, St. George's Parish, Accomac Co., aged 76 

years. 
William Kinnehan, St. George's Parish, Accomac Co., aged 91 

years. 
James Dunn, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co , aged 80 

years residing with James Dunn, Jnr. 
James Gentry, Fredcricksville Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 82 

years. 
William Harris, Snr., Fredcricksville Parish. Albemarle Co., 

aged 80 years, residing with Wm. Harris, Jnr. 
James Herring, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 

90 years. 
George Gentry, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 

80 years, residing with James A. Johnson. 
William Jordan, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle C 

79 years. 
Adam Keblinger, Frcderick-ville Parish, Albemarle Co., 

yy years. 
Walter Watson, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 

79 years, residing with F. F. Kir by. 

William Maupin, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., a^cd 

80 years, residing with William Maupin, Jnr. 

Richard Snow, Frcdericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 86 
years. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 49 

John Wood, Stir., Fredericksville Parish, Albemarle Co., 1 

&-\ years. 
Samuel Backsdale, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 81 

years. 
M. Boweil, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged $5 years, 

residing with William Bowen. 
William Boyd. St. Ann's Parish. Albemarle Co., aged 90 years. 
L. Dnimheller, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 75 y 
Richard Harrison, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged S3 

years. ■ 
John Jones, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged S2 years. 
Jesse Lewis, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged jj years. 
William Morgan, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 51 

years. 
Thomas Burton, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 83 

years, residing with William Reynolds. 
David Strange, St. Ann's Parish, Albemarle Co., aged 7S years. 
Larkin Foster, Amelia Co., aged 79 years. 
Claiborn Wade, Amelia Co., aged 85 years. 
Boswell Richards, Amelia Co., aged 53 years. 
John Hutcherson, Amelia Co., aged 76 years. 
Samuel Burton, Amelia Co., aged 85 years, residing with 

Charles F. Featherston. 
Jones Gill, Amherst Co., aged 78 years. 
William Lockard, Amherst Co., aged 110 years. 
Thomas Coppedgc, Amherst Co., aged 88 years, residing with 

Abraham Martin. 
William Cashwell, Amherst Co., aged yS> years. 
Alexander Logan, Amherst Co., aged 79 y< 
James Evans, Amherst Co., aged 82 years, residing with Nancy 

Blair. 
Jeremiah Brown, Amherst Co., aged 82 years. 
Thomas Miles, Amherst Co., aged 79 years. 
Dudley Cnlawny, Amherst Co., aged 90 years, residing with 

Susanna Thncker. 
Jesse Beck, Amherst Co., aged 85 vcars. 
Giles Davidson, Amherst Co., n£ed 78 years. 
George Wise, Amherst Co., aged 8^ ycnr<. 



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Ebenezer Eiickok, Amhci ; Co., aged Bi j ears. 
Jonathan Gro mes, Bedford Co., aged 84 years, residing with 
Reuben Atkinson. 

/William Oliver. Bedford Co., aged 85 yean, residing with 
James C < )liver. 
Thomas Andrews. Bedford Co., aged 79 years. 
Thomas Pullin. Bedford Co., aged 78 years, residing with 

Joseph \\ lute. 
*John Arthur, Snr., Bedford Co., aged 83 years. 

Isaac Gross, Snr.. Bedford Co., aged c/> years. 

Isaac Cundiff, Bedford Co., aged 79 year-. 

John McG rmahay, Bedfi rd Co., aged 78 years. 

John Hudnall, Bedford Co., aged 78 y< 

William J. Walker, Snr.. Bedford Co., aged 70 years. 

Francis Woods, Bedford Co., aged 79 years, residing with 
Win. Green. 

Jane Hancock, Bedford Co., aged y^ years, residing with 
Samuel Hancock. 

John Buford, Bedford Co., aged 83 years. 

John Carter, Bedford Co., aged 88 years, residing with Thos. 
Stewart. 

William Arthur. Snr., Bedford Co., aged y^ years. 

John Haynes, P.edford Co., aged 88 years, residing with Ed- 
mund Haynes. 

Jonathan Dakin, Bedford Co., aged 79 years. 

Henry Brown, Snr.. Bedford Co.. aged 79 years. 

Abram Blankenship, Bedford Co., aged 82 years. 

Gray Jones, Bedford Co., aged 84 years. 

T. Minor, Snr.. Bedford Co.. aged 82 years. 

John Wiggington, P.edford Co., aged 80 years. 

Ann Hancock, Hcdfcrd Co., aged 79 years, n with Mary 

Brown. 

Jacob Sbepperd, Bedford Co., aged 80 years. 
David Saunders, Snr., Bedford Co., fed 80 years. 

Joseph Crews. Bedford Co.. aged 84 years. 

John Halley, Bedford Co., ra, 

Mary Beard, Bedford Co., aged 85 years. 



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William Davenport, Bedford Co., aged 75 
Richard Austin, Bedford Co., aged 84 year>. 

John Gills, Bedford Co., aged 80 yej 

Ann Moseley, Bedford Co., aged 75 \ears. 

Philip Lockhart, Bedford Co., aged 90 years. 

Benjamin Robinson, Bedford Co., aged 85 years. 

Jesse Vatlghan, Brunswick Co., aged 83 years, residing with 

John M. Vaughan. 
Rue] Lewis, Brunswick Co., aged 81 years. 
Thomas Whitlock, Brunswick Co., aged 84 years. 
William Wilkinson, Brunswick Co., aged 79 years. 
Thomas Dclbridge, Brunswick Co., aged 74 years. 
William Starks, Buckingham Co., aged S5 years, residing with 

Win. Harrison. 
Abram Jones, Buckingham Co., aged 79 years. 
John C. Harris. Buckingham Co., aged 85 years, residing with 

James Harris. 
Mary Moseley, Buckingham Co., aged 75 years, residing with 

Rolfe Eldridge. 
John Thomas, Buckingham Co., aged 80 years, residing with 

Gideon HoweL 
John Harris, Buckingham Co., aged 79 years, residing With 

Joseph Riddle. 
Timothy Scruggs, Buckingham Co., aged $6 years. 
James Ronton, Buckingham Co., aged 79 years. 
Olive Branch. Buckingham Co., aged 80 years. 
William Thornhill, Buckingham Co., aged S2 \ear-. 
John Doss, Buckingham Co., aged 85 years, residing with 

Rane Walker. 
William Duval. Buckingham Co., aged 02 years, residing with 

Major William Duval. 
Janus Wilkerson, Buckingham Co., aged 85 year-, residing 

witli Archibald Drinkard. 

William Bigbie, Buckingham Co., age I B3 1 iiti 

John Preble, Campbell Co., aged 84 y 

Thomas P. Franklin, Campbell Co.. .. ' 76 fetfl 



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John Cobbs, Campbell Co., aged 80 > 
Jesse Rice, Campbell Co., aged ^o years. 
I sham Hall, Campbell Co., aged 90 yeai 
John Willard, Campbell Co., aged 84 years. 

Edward Hcrndon, Campbell Co., aged 87 years. 

General Joel Leftwich, Lynchburg, aged 80 years, residing 

with Rug Leftwich. 
Arthur Litchford, Lynchburg, aged 82 years. 
Richard Daniel, Lynchburg, aged 92 years. 
David Calleham, Lynchburg, aged 82 years. 
Sampson Evans, Lynchburg, aged 89 years. 
James Brooks, Lynchburg, aged 85 years. 
Thomas Franklin, Lynchburg, aged 83 years. 
Harry Walthal, Lynchburg, 79 years. 
Samuel Mathews, Lynchburg, aged yj years. 
James Howard, Lynchburg, aged 75 year^. 
James \\ nitaker, Lynchburg, aged Jj years. 
Daniel Atkinson, Caroline Co., aged 89 years. 
James Bradley, Caroline Co., aged S9 years. 
William Coates, Caroline Co., aged 85 years. 
Patrick Carnall, Caroline Co., aged So years. 
William Gatcwood, Caroline Co., aged 76 years. 
Edmund Gatewood, Caroline Co., aged 78 years. 
William Madison, Caroline Co., aged 75 years. 
Betsy Perry, Caroline Co., aged 72 years. 
Moses Stanly, Caroline Co.. aged S2 years. 
Robert Satterwhite. Caroline Co., aged S7 years. 

(To be continued) 



EARLY SETTLERS IX VIRGINIA. 

(Continued from Vol YL, page 152) 
Addams, George (servant), tr. by Capt. Francis Epes, 26 Aug. 

163s- 

Agas, Edward, tr. by Edmund Scarborough, ACOQOMC Co., 28 
Nov., 1635. 



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Adlrins, Christopher, Ir. by Capt William Pcirce, 22 June 1635. 
Aldman, Thomas, tr. by Rev, George White, 3 June. 1635. 
Allen, Edward (servant), tr. by William Stone, Accomac Co., 
4 June, 1635. 

Alleson, Ann, tr. in the "Africa," grant to Capt. Adam Thoro- 
good, 24 June, 1635. 

Allin, William, tr. by Capt. William Peirce, 22 June, 1635. 

Altmore, Thomas, tr. in the "John and Dorothy," 1635, by 
Capt. Thomas Thorogood. 

Alporte, John, tr. in the "John and Dorothy," 1634, by Capt. 
Adam Thorogood. 

Ames, Edward (servant), tr. by Capt. Francis Epes, 26 Au- 
gust, 1635. 

Andrews, William, tr. by William Barker, 26 Nov., 1635. 

Andrews, Susanna, wife of William Andrews of Accomac, 
tr. by him, 25 June, 1635. 

Andrews, Thomas, tr. by George Menifie, 2 July, 16351 

Appleton, Richard, tr. by George Menefic, 2 July, 1^35. 

Aram, John (servant), tr. by Anthony Jones, 2 June, 1635. 

Arnall, Robert (servant), tr. by William Spencer, 19 June, 

1635- 

Arnall, William (servant), tr. in 162 1 by Edward Waters of 
Elizabeth City. 

Arvine, John, county of Warrosquoicke. for his transportation. 
his wife Marie and son William, granted 6 June, 1635. 

Ascough, Richard, tr. by Silvester Tolman, 21 July, [( 

Ashby, Thomas, tr. by Jeremiah Clement, 22 June, 1635. 

Ashcley, Peter (servant), tr. by John Robins in the "Mar- 
garet and John" in 1622. 

Ashton, Thomas, tr. by Jenkin Osborne, 9 July. 1635. 

Atkins, Richard, came in "Abigail" in [631, and said Atkins' 
wife came in "Tvger" in \( :\. 

Atkins, William, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood, 24 June, 
1635- 



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Atwcll, Isabell, tr. by DoctOril Christmas of Klizabcth City, 

21 Nov., 1635. 
Bagnal, Roger, tr. by John Upton, 7 July, 1035. 
Raker, John, tr. by George Menifie, 2 July, 1^35. 
Baker, John (servant), tr. by Capt Francis Epes, 26 Aug., 

Banks, Richard, tr. by Lieut. John Cheesman of Charles River 

county, 21 Nov., 1635. 
Banister, Stephen, tr. by John Sparkes, 3 June, 1635. 
Banton, Thomas, tr. by John PaiTOtt, 24 May, 1635. 
Barle, Francis (servant), tr. by William Spencer, 19 June, 

Barloe, Timothy, tr. by Capt. Thomas Willoughby, 19 Nov., 

1635- 
Barnards, John, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood. 24 June, 1635. 
Barnett, Nicholas, tr. by William Swann of James City, 5 

Nov. 1635. 
Barren, Richard, tr. of John Moone, 21 Oct., 1635. 
Bartwith, Robert, tr. by Capt. Thomas Willoughby, 19 Nov., 

1635. 
Bateman, Thomas, tr. by Jenkin Osborne, 9 July, 1635. 
Bauchecs, John (servant), tr. by Thomas Gray, James City, 

27 August, 1635. 
Beard, Joane, wife of William Beard, James City, tr. 19 June, 

1635. 
Belly, James, tr. in the "Bona Adventure" by Capt. Adam 

Thorogood, 24 June, 1635. 
Bell, William, tr. by Thomas Harwood, 7 July, 1635. 
Bellow, Thomas, tr. by William PiDcintOn, 10 July, r ;;. 

Bennett, Ambrose, tr. by Richard Bennett, 26 June, 1635. 

Bennett, Nicholas, tr. by William Clarke, Klizabcth City, 18 

Nov., 1635. 
Bennett, Robert, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorog od, l8 Dec, l( 
Bennett, Robert (servant), tr. by John Slaughter, 30 May, 



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iBentley, William, planter of Elizabeth City, came over at his 

own charge in the "Jacob," 1624. 

Bernard, Stej hen, tr. bj Capt Adam Thorogood, 24 June, 1635. 

Bilbie, Margaret, tr. in the "Hopewell," iOjS, by Capt. Adam 

Thorogood. 
Bird, Richard, tr. by Richard Bennett, 26 ]unc, 1635. 
Bird, William (servant), tr. by James Merriman of Charles 

City, 6 Nov., 1635. 
Bishopp, John (servant), tr. by Thomas Gray of James City, 

27 August, 1635. 
Biss, William (servant), tr. by William Stone, Accomac Co., 

4 June, 1635. 
Blackstonc, John (servant), tr. by William Stone, Accomac 

Co., 4 June, 1635. 
Blacock, Robert, tr. in the "Bona Adventure" by Capt. Adam 

Thorogood, 24 June, 1635. 
Boods, John, tr. by William Wilkinson, minister, 20 Nov., 

1635- 
Borne, Elizabeth (servant), tr. by Robert Sheppard, 19 July, 

Boulton, Ann, tr. in the "Bona Adventure" by Capt. Adam 

Thorogood, 24 June, 1635. 
Boulton, Thomas, tr. in the "Hopewell" in 1628 by Capt. 

Adam Thorogood. 
Bovvyer, Andrew, tr. in the "Truelove" in l6fl8 by Capt Adam 

Thorogood. 
Box, Anthony (servant), tr. by Capt. Francis Epes, 26 August, 

Boyer, Thomas, tr. by Nathaniel Ilookc, 5 June, 1035. 
Bradston, John, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood, 24 June, 1635. 
Brannly, Francis, tr. in the "Ark" by Capt. Adam Thorogood, 
24 June. 1635. 

Brannet, Blanch, tr. by Thomas Harwood, 7 July, 1635, 

Brewer, Jeffrey, tr. by Thomas Shippcv. 14 Nov., I' 
Brewton. John, tr. in the "John and Dorothy/ 1 1034, by Capt. 
Adam Thorogood. 



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Bridges, Thomas, tr. by William Barker, 26 Nov., 1635. 
Brill, Peter, tr. by Sergt Thomas Crompc of James Co., 25 

Sept, 1635. 
Brinchley, Michael (servant), tr. by Anthony Jones, 2 June, 

■635- 

Blinton, John, tr. by Jolin Seaward, 1 July, 1635. 

Brock, William, tr. by Jenkin Osborne, 9 July, 1635. 
Bromley. Daniel, tr. by William Barker, 26 Nov., 1035. 

Brooke, Thomas, tr. by Thomas Shippey, 14 Nov., K 

Berry, Richard, tr. by William Jones, Snr., Xansemond, Co., 

7 November, 1700. 
Brooke, William, tr. in the "Temperance," 1621, by Lieut. 

Thomas Flint. 
Brookes, Cuthbert, tr. in the "Southampton" in 1622 by John 

Cheeseman, Elizabeth City. 
Brooks, George, tr. by William Barker, 2^ Nov., 1635. 
Brocks, Thomas, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood, 24 June. 1635. 
Brotherton, Dennis, tr. by Samuel Weaver, 2 July, [635. 
Browne, Elizabeth (servant), tr. by William Gany. Accotnac 

Co., 17 Sept., 1635. 
Browne, Robert (servant), tr. by William Gany, Accomac Co., 

17 Sept., 1635. 
Browne, Robert (servant), tr. by Thomas Gray, James City, 

27 August, 1635. 
Browne, Thomas (servant), tr. by George Holmes, 4 Aug., 

1635- 
Browne, William (servant), tr. by Richard Minter. 22 July, 

1635. 
Browning. George, tr. by Hugh Cox, 6 December. \( ; 
Browning, John, tr. by Capt. William Pcirce. 22 June, 163 
Betts, William, and wife Barbara, tr. by William Major of 

New Kent. Co., 7 Nov., 1700. 
Bryan, Edward (servant), tr. in |600 by Edward Waters of 

Elizabeth City. 
Bryant, John, tr. by Capt. William Peirce, 22 June. K 



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Buck, Peter (servant), tr. by John Jackson, 9 June, 1635. 

Btlgbye, John. tr. by George Mini fie, 2 July, 1635, 
Buhner, Bevis, tr. by Thomas Bagwell, 7 Nov.. 1035. 

Burchcr, William (servant), tr. by William Stone, Accomac 

Co., 4 June, 1635. 
Burgess, John, tr. by Capt. .Adam Thorogood, iS Dec., 1035. 
Burnett, Elizabeth (servant)., tr. by Charles Ilarmar, 4 July, 

1635- 
Burnett, John, tr. by David Mansell, 22 July, 1635. 
Burr, Edward, tr. by John Upton, 7 July, 1635. 
Burroughs, Ann, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood. 24 June. 1035. 
Burroughs, William, tr. by Capt. Adam Thorogood, 24 June, 

1635- 
Burrows, Matt., tr. by Thomas Harwood, 7 July, 1635. 

Burpott, Richard, tr. by Christ. Woodward, , 1635. 

Burtlock, George, tr. by David Mansell, 22 July. 1635. 
Bush, Elizabeth, wife of John Bush of Elizabeth City, gent., 

and her two daughters, Elizabeth and Mary Bush, came in 

the "Guift" in 1619. 
Busher, Michael, tr. by Rev. Willis Heyley of Mulberry Island, 

8 Dec, 1635. 

(To be continued) 



RICHMOND COUNTY WILLS. 
(Continued from Vol. VI., page 230) 

Travers, Rawleigh, Parish o{ Parnham. 20 Feb., 1701 — 4 
March, 1701. To cousin Elizabeth Travers; to cousin 
Winifred Travers; to cousin Rebecca Travers; to godson 
Rawleigh Brooks; to my wife Sarah; Captain Thomas 
Beale and my brother John Taverner to be < n; to 

Mrs. Pcachey, Mrs. Slaughter and Mr-. Sarah Baylis 
each a ring; to Doctor Robert Clarke and Edward Jones; 
Mr. Samuel Pcachey: my sister Beale. Witnesses: Samuel 
Pcachey, Robert Clarke and Edward Jones. 



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Grady, Elizabeth, County of Richmond 10 March, 1693-4 — 
4 November, 1702. To Mary Smoot, dauj ' : 

Smoot ; William Smoot to be executor. Witnesses: 

Thomas Durham, Richard Draper and John Rankin. 

StTOthers, William, Senior, County of Richmond, 30 Decem- 
ber, 1700 — 4 November, 1702. To my eldest son William 
after his mother's decease; my sons Jame>, Robert and 
Benjamin ; my son Joseph to be put to school ; my grand- 
son William Strotlxr ; my wife Dorothy and son James to 
be executors. Witnesses: James Phillips, Edward Lange- 
dell and William Smith. 

Suttlc, Henry, Parish of Farnham. 9 September, 1701 — 2 De- 
cember, 1702. To John How; to my son Henry Suttlc 
when he comes to the age of fourteen years; my wife 
Mary and the child she now goes with; my wife to be 
executrix. Witnesses: Elizabeth Suttle and John Doyle. 

Jesper, Richard, Parish of Farnham. 11 June, 1698 — 3 March, 
1702. My son Thomas Jesper and John Thomas to be 
executors; son Richard, my daughter Sara when she comes 
to the age of sixteen years; my two grandchildren William 
and Mary Dudley. Witnesses: William Lee, Mary Lee 
and Henry Hayes. 
V White, Richard, Parish of Sittenburn. 5 February, 1702 — 2 
June, 1703. My godson Bryon, son of William S 
godson Richard, son of Edward Jones; my wife Katherine 

to be executrix. Witnesses: William Talbot and 

Doyle. 
Baylis, Sarah, Parish of Xorth Farnham. 8 March. 1699- 

1700 — 2 June. 1703. My son John Suggitt; my <on Edge- 

comb Suggitt; my son Thomas Suggitt; my sen Jt 

Suggitt to be executor. Witnesses: John Shcrdon. Joan 

Talbot and John Hughes. 
Siges, John. 21 August. 1702 — 2 June. 1703. To Sam. Wal- 

ten ; to John and Thomas Walten ; to my children ; my wife 

to be executrix Witnesses: John K mud Walton, 

John Walton and Mary Powell. 



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Walker, Thomas, aged about 59 years. Dated 31 January, 
1702—7 July, 1703. My son Thomas Walker; nv. 
William Walker; to Elizabeth William-; to Shcddcrick 
Williams; to daughter Sarah; to Mary Walker; to Rachel 
Walker, my dai ghter; to Alice Walker, my daughter; my 
Wife Anna. Witnesses: Lewis Richards, George Richards 
and James Grahamc. 

Powell, Pythagoras. 29 October, 1702 — 7 July, 1703. To my 
wife Sarah all my estate; Charles Snead to assist her as 
overseer. Witnesses: Alexander Rigges and Mary Spoo. 

Loyd, Joane. 8 January, 1703 — 2 February, 1703. To daugh- 
ter Susanna, wife of William Phillips; to son Shadrack 

Williams; to daughter Anne, wife of James Debard; to 
daughter Ruth, wife of John Canterbury; to granddaugh- 
ter Elizabeth Thornhill; daughter-in-law Elizabeth Wil- 
liams; to son-in-law George Thompson- to granddau 
Susan Phillips; to grandson John McDaniel; to son-in-law 
William Phillips ; son-in-law George Thompson to be ex- 
ecutor. Witnesses: Robert Thomas, Deborah Thomas 
and William Yates. 

Hefford, Zachary. 30 September, 1703 — 2 February, 1703. 
To daughter Mary, wife of William Taylor; to son John 
of the age of fourteen years; to son Zachary of the age of 
four years; friend John Pound, Snr., to be executor. 
• Witnesses: John Pound, Jnr., Edmund Xeall ami John 
Charteris. 

Williams, Henry, Parish of North Farnham. 25 January, 
1703-4 — 1 March. 1703. To my wife Lettic; to dam. 
Mary, the wife of Phillip Harris, and their dau 
Sarah; to son John Williams; to son Thomas Williams; 
> to daughter Sarah Williams; to daughter Jane Williams; 
son John to be Executor. Witnesses: Andrew Dew and 
Henry Jennings. 

Gilbert, James. I January, 1701 — 7 January. 170;. To my 
wife; my friend John Mills. Jnr., b CUtor. Wit- 

nesses: Edward Welch, Jonc Williams and Thomas White. 



60 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Duzcn, Thomas, County of Rappahannock, Parish of Farn- 
ham. 6 August, i(*ji — 7 January, 1704. Estate to wife 
Susanna, and she to be executrix. Witnesses: William 
Smith, James Rawlin and Charles DodsoiL 

Woflenclall, Adam. 25 April, 1703 — 7 January, \/Oj\. To my 
sons Harris and Strother ; my daughter Sarah; my daugh- 
ter Mary; my son Francis; my wife to he executrix 
Witnesses: John Grimsley, Thomas Arnold and Andrew 
Harrison. 

Suthernc, Thomas. 17 April, 1704 — 2 August, 1704. My son 
Thomas; my wife Elinor and her three daughters; my 
sons William and James; my daughter-in-law Mary 
Suthcrne ; my wife to be executrix. Witnesses: Christo- 
pher Petty, Richard Dodson and Charles Dodson, Snr. 

Nayler, Avery. 24 January, 1704-5 — 7 March, 1704-5. My 
wife Patience; godson Avery, son of Arthur Die ; my wife 
to be executrix. Witnesses: Seaburn Pinkett. James 
Murphy and Stephen Huchisson. 

Samford, James. 27 September, 1703 — 2 Xovemhcr, 1704. 
To my grandson Thomas Samford ; my grandson James 
Samford; to the rest of the children of my son Samuel 
Samford; mentions land bequeathed by Thomas Samford 
to grandson James Samford; to Elizabeth, wife of son 
Samuel Samford ; to grandsons William Giles and John 
Samford; to Samford Jones; to grandson William Sam- 
ford; to Edward Jones; son Samuel to be executor. Wit- 
nesses: Giles Webb, Richard Taylor and Edward Jones. 

Suggitt, John, gentleman. 16 January, 1703 — 7 March, 1; 14, 
To daughter Elizabeth Suggitt; to brother James Suggitt; 
to brother Edgecomb Suggitt; to Thomas Ayr.-; to Wil- 
liam Ayres ; to William Smith, my brother-in-law; to 
brother Thomas Suggitt; to Robert Clarke; my wife and 
my brother Thomas Suggitt to be executors. WitJM 
Robert Clarke and James Murphy. 

Gwyn, David. 22 February, 1702-3—8 March. 1704. To my 

two daughters Elisabeth Gwyn and Sarah Gwyn; my 

daughter Katherinc Gwyn; my sifter 1 '.•>.' 



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wife to Mr. Benjamin Gwyn of Bristol ; my brother Ed- 
ward Gwyn, clerk in Wales; my wife Katherine; to lister 

Mary my estate in Wales lying rear Harford West; my 

son-in-law William Fauntleroy ; my son-in-law Moore 
Fauntleroy; my son-in-law Griffin; my wife to be execu- 
trix. Witnesses: William Taylor, James Sherlock and 
Thomas Beale. 

Horneby, Daniel, Parish of North Farnham. 24 August, 1705 
— 5 September, 1705. To my son Daniel; to daughter 
Frances; to Thomas Harlow ; son Daniel to be executor; 
friends Mr. John Taverner and Mr. Thomas Suggitt to 
be overseers. Witnesses : Thomas Barlow and 1 lenry 
Jennings. 

Bradley, Thomas. 9 July, 1705 — 5 September, 1705. To Eliz- 
abeth Smith; my wife Elizabeth to be executrix. Wit- 
nesses: Jonathan Gilbert, John Kelly and William Shaw. 

Teboe, Charles, Parish of St. Mary's. 3 February, 1704 — 3 
October, 1705. My wife Frances to be executrix; daugh- 
ter Jeane Teboe ; daughter Sarah ; daughter Anne ; eldest 
son Charles; daughter Frances Teboe; daughter Martha; 
son John. Witnesses: William Marshall, Lewis Jones and 
Richard Tankersley. 

Tillery, Thomas. 19 June, 1705 — 3 October, 1705. To my 
son Job; my brother Job Tillery; my wife Sarah to be 
executrix. Witnesses: Thomas Jenkins and James Cow- 
ard. 
1 Smith, Eve, Pari.sh of Xorth Farnham. 24 April. 1704 — 4 
October, 1705. My grandsons William Goa 1 and John 
Goad ; my daughter Katherine Goad to have her father 
John Williams' chest; granddaughter Hannah G id; 
Abraham Gcad to be executor. Witnesses: William Dod- 
son f Charles Dodson, Snr., and Anne Dodson. 
(To be continued) 



6a VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY WILLS. 

(Continued from Vol. VI., page 220) 

Ethcrington, Margaret, widow. 15 I eh., l6&2 — 4 March, 
1684-5. Three sons John and William Joining 'iris- 

tophcr Ether ington; son John Jennings, executor. Wit- 
nesses: Francis Stone, Elizabeth Stone. 

Herbert, Thomas. 8 Jan., 16S4-5 — 1 April, 1685. O 

John Waters, Snr., sole executor. Witnesses: Elizabeth 
Newton, Frances Moss, William Jones. 

King, James. 24 Jan., 1684 — 2 May, 16S5. Eldest son John 
Loflin ; son Robert King; John Mills, executor. Wit- 
nesses: Thomas New, Robert Webber. 

Waters, Roger. 8 April, 1685—6 May, 16S5. Mrs. Ann Glas- 
cock ; Frances Glascock; John Ockley, Snr. and Jnr. ; 
Nicholas Clark; Michael Scarlock : Thomas Glascock, ex- 
ecutor; Dr. Dacres to preach the funeral sermon. Wit- 
nesses: John Ockley, Nicholas Clark.*" 

Barrow, John. 3 Feb., 16S4 — 6 May. [685. Sons Jonathan, 
Alexander and Moses; daughters Honor and Cicely; wife 
Mary and son Alexander, executors ; William Underwood, 
Snr., and John Burkett, overseers. Witnesses: Wm, Un- 
derwood, Snr., Wm. Underwood, Jnr., Jane Underwood. 

Carden, Robert. 18 Feb., 1684-5—6 May. 1685. Son Robert 
to live with Humphrey Davis and his wife until he IS 
seventeen years; wife Elizabeth executrix. Wit!' 
Thomas Parker, Will Jones. 
v Richards, Bridget io April, 1685 — 24 May, 1685. Husband 

Lewis Richards; daughter Ann Pridum ; son Christopher 
Pridum ; my four children. Wil Thomas Walker, 

William Sisson. 
Putlec, Nicholas. 18 April. 1685—4 June, 1685. Wife Mary; 
to orphan boy named Peter Gansallow a mare foal. Wit- 
nesses: Anthony Forbes, Robert Mills, John King. 

Moss, William, Snr. 21 April, 1685 — 22 July, [685. Sou Wil- 
liam executor; daughter Frances; daughter Eli/:. 



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brother Robert Moss; Edward Westbury; Thomas New. 
Witnesses: Robert Moss, Elias Wilson, Thomas New. 

Coghill, James. 5 Oct., 1684 — 1 Sept., 16S5. Sons James, 
Frederick and David; daughters Margaret and Mary; 
wife Mary executrix. Witnesses: Thomas (Jftcnlc, Chris- 
topher Man. 

Reynolds, Cornelius. 29 Sept., 1684 — 4 Nov., 1685. Wife 
Margaret executrix; sons William and John; grandson 
Goss. Witnesses: Thomas Hope, Mary Hope, Matt. 
Lafry. 

Sampson, John, merchant. 7 Sept., 16S0 — 25 Nov., 1685. 
Sister Rebecca Sampson ; Mrs. Sarah Suggctt ; brothers 
Jacob and Isaac Sampson; John Tavcrncr; my father 
Ptolomeus Sampson of Tattons ; brother Isaac Sampson 
in London ; John Suggctt executor. 

Jones, Honoria, relict of George Jones. 9 Xov., 16S5 — 21 Dec, 
1685. Daughter Margaret Blagg; daughter Elizabeth 
Gardiner my ring which joined me and my husband Major 
John Weire in matrimony; son-in-law Abraham Blagg; 
son Richard Gardiner; grandson Richard Watts; grand- 
son Edward Blagg; grandson Abraham Blagg; grandson 
Luke Gardiner; grandson John Gardiner; daughter Mar- 
garet, wife of Abraham Blagg, to be executrix. Witnesses: 
James Harrison, Michael Bassey. 

Boyess, George. 8 Jan., [685-6 — 3 Feb., 1685-6. Frances, 
daughter of John Dangerficld ; Jeremiah, son of Thomas 
Parker; sister Dorothy Boyess executrix; goddaughter 
' Sarah, daughter of Daniel Shipley; estate to be managed 
by John Dangerficld until my sister arrives from England. 
Witnesses: Thomas F , arkcr, Daniel Shipley, Alice Shipley. 

Yeats, James. 9 Jan., 1685—3 M*rchi 1 Friend Wil- 

liam Clapham executor. Witnesses: Thomas Hairc, Row- 
land Thornton, John Jackson. 

Godson, Frances. 27 Jan., [685-6 — 7 April, 1686. To Toby 
• and Henry Smith; Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. Witnesses: 
Gerard Fitzgerald, Edward Adcock. 



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Bowen, John, i April, [686—15 May, r< 

John, Stephen and Alexander; daughter Martha; 111;. 
and child she goes with; wife and ><>n .Matthew CXCC 
Witnesses: Moses Hulbert, Alexander D . Francis 

Williams. 

Willonghby, Henry. 2S Oct., 1685 — 21 Dec., l6S6. Oar/ 

Rebecca Hull; granddaughters Sarah and Margaret Hull; 
daughter to be executrix. 

Gibson, Magdalen. 7 Sept., 16S5— 4 Aug.. 1686. Son Tol 

Ingrain and his first child; Arabella White; son and John 
Gray executors. Witnesses: Thomas Parker, Nath niel 
Allen. 

Palmer, John. 16 Sept., [686— 18 Oct.. r686. William Barber 
executor; my wife in England; John Peterson. Wit- 
nesses: Ralph Graydon, John Welch, John Peterson. 

Page, Jonas. 22 July, [686—28 Oct.. [686. Henry Clarke 

executor; Henry Garke, Jnr. Witnesses: Richard Dud- 
ley, Henry Tillery, Thomas Dudley. 

Fuller, Thomas. 11 Jan., 1685-1686 — 3 Nov., [686. I 

Susanna; William Witt; my wife. Witnesses: John Haw- 
ford, Zachariah Hcfford. 

Rice, Ann, relict of Dominick Rice. 8 Feb., [684-5 — 3 Nov., 
1686. Son Thomas Due executor, and I leave all my 
drcn to his care ; daughter Ann Toone. Witnesses: Joseph 
JefTerson, Samuel Whitehead. 

Gubb, Nathaniel. 20 Nov., [686 — 5 Jan.. [686-7. S 

Michah ; my mother executrix, and after her decease to 
my cousins; Mr. Joseph Efaringer; Mr. Joseph Rol 
attorney-at-law. Witnesses: James Han ford, Henry Tay- 
lor. 

Lincoln, John. 18 Dec, [686—5 Jan., [686-7. Wife I 
bcth ; son John; daughters Elizabeth, M 
crine; Charles Dodfnrd executor. WitnC 
Hartley, John Mills, Gilbert Croswell. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



65 



Withers, John. 2 April, 16S6 — 5 Jan., 168 i 7. -liter 

Margaret Withers; wife Sarah and child she goes with; 
wife executrix. Witnesses: Th< mas Ken (all, J hn ! 

William Heather. 

BillingtOO, Luke. 25 Jan., 1 686 — 2 March, E686-7. To Tcigc 
McDonough; William Robinson; Ann Robinson. Wit- 
nesses: Tiege McDonough, Lawrence HenningS. 

Tayler, Thomas. 22 Jan., [686 — 2 March, 1 686-7. Godsons 
John Tavcner, Jnr., and San ford Jones; Isaac, son of John 
Webb; Kees Evans; Thomas White; Elizabeth Pond; my 
boy servant Thomas Hewett ; friends Edward and Mrs. 
Jones; Thomas Baylis ; Catherine iiaylis ; James San ford 
and William Orlston executors. Witnesses: Isaac Webb, 
John Blake, James Davis. 

Cauthorne, Richard. 18 March, 1679-80 — 2 March, r 

Eldest son Richard; son Thomas; wife Ann executrix. 
Witnesses: Edmund Crask, Robert Gullock. 

Travers, William. 14 Feb., 16S6-7 — 2 March, 16S6-7. Mother 
Rebecca Rice; brothers Samuel and Rawleigh Travers; 
father-in-law John Rice; Samuel, son of Eiias Robinson; 
my two brothers executors. Witnesses: William Slaugh- 
ter, George Baker, Joanna Grayson. 
\ Johnston, Edward, Karnham Parish. 29 Jan., [686-7 — 2 
March, 1686-7. William Macanico, heifers on plantation 
of Ennis Macanico; Charles Dodson executor. Witnesses: 
Daniel Evcrard, Alexander Duke. Peter Elmore. 

Parker, Robert, planter, Sittingbourne Parish. 15 Jan.. K 

— 2 March, 1686-7. My wife and four children : BOH John; 
wife executrix. Witnesses: Edward Keeling. Caleb I 



FAMIEY HISTORY. 
MORTON OF AMELIA COUNTY. 

Conveyance from Joseph Morton of Amelia to Edward 

bomc of same county, planter, a tract of land m Amelia 
which was granted to said Morton by paten:. Recorded 
14 July, 1738. Book I. page §7. 



66 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Joseph Morton, Jnr., of Amelia to John Xash of Henrico coun- 
ty, 1000 acres in Amelia county. Agnes, wife of said 
Joseph Morton, relinquished her dower rights, 8 Dec, 
173S. Book — , page 108. 

Thomas Morton of Amelia county to John Short of James 
City county, 126 acres in Amelia. 1 June, 1740. Book I, 
page 164. 

Elizabeth Morton of Henrico county to son Thomas Morton, a 
tract of land in Amelia county, 59 acres, being a patent 
granted to said Elizabeth Morton 1 August, 1734, joining 
the land given said Thomas by his father's will bearing 
date 9 Feb., 1730-1 ; and I also grant to my son John 159 
acres in said county, formerly granted to me by patent ; 
also to my beloved daughter Ann Gathwright. now wife 
of William Gathwright of the county of Henrico, 159 
acres; also I give to my daughter Judith Morton 159 acres 
in said county; also to Samuel Morton, my nephew, son 
of John Morton of county of Henrico, 159 acres. Dated 
20 Sept., 1740. Witness, Richard Morton. Book I, page 
200. 

Conveyance from Joseph Morton, Snr., of Amelia to Joseph 
Mackgehee of said county, 400 acres in said county. 
Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Morton, relinquishing her dower. 
15 J an -» x 74i- Book 1, page 255. 

Joseph Morton Snr., of Brunswick county to Thomas V.orton 
of Amelia, 225 acres in latter county. 15 Feb., 1744. 
Book 2, page 49. 

Richard Morton of Amelia county to Thomas Brackett of 
Goochland county, 150 acres in Amelia county. 19 April, 
1746. Book 2, page 155. 

Samuel MortOfl of the county of Amelia to Edward Good of 
Henrico county, 121 acres in Amelia. 28 Oct., 1747 
Book 2, page 245. 

Conveyance from Thomas Morton and John Morton, Jnr., of 
Amelia to Thomas Brackett of Cumberland county, 573 
acres in Amelia. 6 Sept., 1751. Book 4, page 66, 






VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 67 

Richard McrtOI of Amelia to William Archer of same county, 
2 tracts of land. Mentions his sister Judith Good and his 
cousin Samuel Morton. 23 Sept.. 1751. Book 4. page 07. 

Conveyance from Joseph Morton of Amelia to his daughter 
Mary Price, wife of William Trice of Amelia, 250 acres in 
said county. 14 Sept., 1750. Witnesses: Josiah Morton, 
Stephen Morton. Hook 4, page 216. 

Joseph Morton and Agnes, his wife, parish of Nottoway, coun- 
ty of Amelia, planter to Walter Douglas of Hanover coun- 
ty, 950 acres in Amelia. 23 May, 1753. Josiah Morton, 
witness. Book 4, page 254. 



FAMILY HISTORY. 
ANDERSON OF HANOVER COUNTY. 

Nathaniel Anderson and Bartelot Anderson, witnesses to aci 
of renunciation of Mary Clayton to the right of taking out 
letters of administration on the estate of her late husband 
Arthur Clayton. Recorded 4 Jan., 1733. Vol. I, page 2. 

Conveyance from James Robertson of St. Martin's Parish, 
Hanover, planter to Matthew Anderson of St. Paul's Par- 
ish, same county, gent., 1326 acres in St. Martin's Parish. 
4 J<™., 1733. Vol. 1, page (\ 

John Nuckolds of St. Martin's Parish, Hanover, to Ponncey 
Anderson of aforesaid parish and county, a parce'fof land 
with plantation on it in said county. Witnesses: Nelson 
Anderson, Anthony Metcalf. 1 Feb., 1733. Vol. 1, page 
20. 

Mary Anderson of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover, relict and sur- 
viving executrix of Robert Anderson, late of New Kent 
county, now Hanover. Whereas, said deceased by his last 
will and testament, proved in New Kent, did qive and 
bequeath unto his son John Anderson, now of parish and 
county of Hanover. 30 pounds to buy him a tract of land, 
the said Mary Anderson for love and affection she bears 



68 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

to her son John Anderson conveys to him a tract of land 
with plantation thereon containing 335 acres, which was 
bought of George Wilkinson as by deeds bearing date 13 
and 14 Jan., 1 7 19, and acknowledged in the Court of 
New Kent 14 Jan., 1719, lying in St. Paul's Parish, Hano- 
ver, adjacent to the upper moiety of said land purchased 
of said Wilkinson which is to be my son Charles Ander- 
son's, conveyed to him by deed bearing date with these 
presents. Witnesses: Thomas Crenshaw, Richard Lan- 
caster, Sarah Harris, Rartelot Anderson. 5 April, 1734. 

Mary Anderson of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover county, to her 
son Charles Anderson for 30 pounds currency as left him 
in the will of his father Robert Anderson, late of New 
Kent county, etc. (see preceding deed), 335 acres in Han- 
over county. 5 April, 1734. Vol. 1, page 36. 

Matthew Anderson of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover county, mer- 
chant, to James Power of James City Parish and county, 
1 126 acres in St. Martin's Parish, Hanover county. 22 
July, 1734. Vol. 1, page 162. 

John Anderson of Hanover county to his brother Nathaniel 
Anderson of same place, 1 acre in said county being a 
moiety of a tract which Mary Anderson bought of George 
Wilkinson and which she conveyed to said John Anderson 
by deed bearing date 23 March, 1733. Recorded 3 July, 
1735- Vol 1, page 279. 

Sarah Anderson, widow of John Anderson, late of the Parish of 
St. Paul, Hanover county, gent., deed., and John Ander- 
son of same parish and county, planter, to John Thomson 
of same place, merchant, for 10 pounds currency, 80 acres, 
being the same land which by iked poll from Samuel 
Wftddy, dated 28 Jan., 1696, was conveyed to said John 
Anderson, gent., and Sarah, his wife, and the heirs of her 
body, which heir the paid John Anderson, party to these 
presents, is. 7 August, 1735. Vol. I, page 2S7. 

Nelson Anderson, bond as guardian of Robert Anderson, or- 
phan of David Anderson, deed.. 100 pounds. 4 Sept., 
1735- Vol I, page 330. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 69 

Richard Anderson of Bedford county and Elizabeth, hifl wife, 
to Elijah Priddy of Hanover county, 200 acres in latter 
county, bounded by the lands of Edward Lankn rd, Ste- 
phen Stone, Mansfield and Francis Clark. Witnesses: 

John Priddy, Snr., William Anderson, Bartelot Anderson 
and Charles Anderson. 8 March, 1783. Vol. 2, page 44. 
Richard Clough Anderson, late of Hanover county, Virginia, 
but at present of Jefferson county, Kentucky, power of 
attorney to his brother Mathcw Anderson, dated 8 August, 
1784, at Louisville, Ky. At a Court held for Hanover 
county, 6 Jan., 1785. 



FAMILY HISTORY. 
LANIER OF BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 

Brunswick county, Ya. At a Court held 6th of July, 1732, 
Nicholas Lanear petitioned the court for a crop mark, and 
same is admitted to record. 

Court held 2 Nov., 1732. The following were represented to 
the Governor as being fit for the Commission of the Peace: 
John Duke, Batle Peterson, Nicholas Lanier, Win, Hagood 
and Thomas Wilson, gentlemen. 

Court held 6 Feb., 1734. Nicholas Lanier, gentleman, appoint- 
ed overseer of a bridle path from his house to this Court 
House. 

At a Court held 2 Oct., 1734. Byrd I^anier is appointed ovei" 
seer of the new road to Shining Creek. 

Deed made 3rd July, 1740. "William Martin gives to daughter 
Anne Lanier, wife of Thomas Lanier, consideration nat- 
ural affection, etc., 236 acres of land on Isinglass Creek, 
it being part of the patent to me in 1726." 

Court held 5 July, 1733. Nicholas Lanier and others sworn 
as Justices by virtue of a Commission from the Hon. Wm. 
Gooch, Lt.-Gov., dated 14 June, 1730. 



7 o VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Court held 4 Dec, 1735. Byrd Thomas Lanier is appointed 

constable instead of James McDaniel. 
Court held 2 March, 1737. Win. Martin, Nicholas Lanier and 

John Duke, gentlemen, arc recommended to the Governor 

as fit persons out of whom to appoint a Sheriff for the 

county fcr the ensuing year. 
Court held 2 Feb., 1738. Thomas Lanier, with others, iecom- 

mended as Justices. 
Court held 6 March, 1739. John Duke, Nicholas Lanier and 

Wm. Hagood, gents., are recommended as persons fit to 

execute office of Sheriff for ensuing year. 
Court held 5 March, 1740. Nicholas Lanier, gent., appointed 

Justice and took the oath. At same Court Nicholas Lanier 

recommended for Sheriff. 
Court held 2 July, 174 1. Nicholas Lanier, gent., Captain of a 

company of Foot, produced his commission for his post in 

the Militia of this county. 
Court held 3 July, 1 741 . Thomas Lanier, Lieutenant of com- 
pany of Foot in Militia of this county, took the oath. 
Court held 5 March, 1 741 . Nicholas Lanier, gent., and others 

recommended for "Sheriff for the ensuing year. 
Court held 5 June, 1746. George Walton, Nicholas Lanier 

and Lewis Parham took oath as Justices. 
Court held 7 Aug., 1746. Nicholas Lanier, gent., took oath as 

Captain of company of Foot. 
Court held 4 Sept., 174' 5. Richard I^anier produced commis- 
sion as Lieut, of company of Foot. 
Court held [St Jan., 1 746, Nicholas Lanier qualified as Justice. 
Court held Oct., 1748. Richard Lanier produced commission 

as Lieut, of company of Foot. 
Court held 4 Sept., 1 75 1 . Nicholas Lanier qualified as Justice. 

Court held Nov., 175Z Sampson Lanier and Isaac Rowe Wal- 
ton and others recommended as Justices, 

Court held 24 July, 1753. Sampson Lanier qualified as justice. 

Court held 2$ July, 1754. Sampson Lanier qualified as Ve 
man of Parish of St. Andrew's. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS ?I 

Court held 6 Sept., 1754. Richard Lanier, Lieut., qualified for 
the Militia. 

Court held 26 August, 1755. Sampson Lanier qualified as 
Vestryman of St. Andrew's. 

Court held 4 Feb., 1756. Commission to Sampson Lanier to 
qualify as Justice. 

Court held 7 July. 1756. Sampson Lanier recommended as 
Sheriff". 

Court held 26 April, 1757. Sampson Lanier one of committee 
to inspect Clerk's Office. 

Court held 2 Sept., 1757. On motion of Elizabeth Lanier, 
widow of Sampson Lanier, deed., administratrix on his 
estate. Same granted, with John Pettaerny, Richard 
Burch and Samuel Lanier, her securities, same acknowl- 
edge bonds for $2,000. 

Court held 22 Aug., 1756. Samuel Lanier recommended as 
Justice. 

Court held 23 Nov., 1757. Burwell Lanier, orphan of Sampson 
Lanier, made choice of Samuel Lanier for his guardian. 

Court same day. Elizabeth Lanier, widow of Sampson Lanier, 
assigned dower. 

Court held 27 Feb., 1759. Rebecca Lanier, orphan of Samp- 
son Lanier, makes choice of Cuthbert Smith as her guard- 
ian. 

Court held 26 May, 1760. Lemuel Lanier appointed to make 
list of tithables in lower part of St. Andrew's Parish. 

Court held 23 April, 1763. William Lanier appointed guardian 
to Lewis and Aggy Lanier, orphans of Sampson Lanier. 

Court held 2 May, 17^5. Cuthbert Smith appointed guardian 
to Nancy Lanier, orphan of Sampson Lanier, in the room 
of Lemuel Lanier, who is discharged. 

Court held 27 July, 1767. License granted to Lewis Lanier to 
keep an ordinary at his own house. Wm. Lanier being his 
security. 

Court held 27 Feb., I769. Leave to Benjamin Lanier to erect a 
mill on Three Creeks. 



7 2 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Court held 26 Aug., 177 1. Wm. Lanier made surveyor of Mid- 
dle Church road. 

Court held 23 March, 1772. Elizabeth Lanier, wife of Rob- 
ert Lanier, relinquishes dower in land heretofore conveyed 
by said Robert to Thomas Mitchell. 

Court held 2$ Nov., 1772. Nicholas Lanier discharged from 
paying county levies for the future. 

(To be continued) 



^trgmta Count? i\ecori& 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE 



VOL. VII 



JUNE 1910 



No. 2 



INDEX TO LAND GRANTS 

ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY. 
Book Xo. io. 



Page Name 

1 1 Joseph Wall, Jr 

22 Joshua Turner 

41 Jacob Durden 

46 Captn. John Davis 

49 Dr. Saml. Brown of Xansemond County 

50 Thomas Barrow 

53 John Howell 

59 Francis I Iuttchins 

74 Benjamin Chapman 

81 Richard Vick 

8 1 John Pope 

81 Joseph Smith 

94 James Mercer 

94 Francis Cox 

95 Benjamin Reekes 

95 John Ployman 

96 Edward Stephens 

96 Philip Rayford 

96 Edward Stephens 

96 Richard Winkles 

96 Philip Fearsc 



Date 

1 



71 
71 

71 

7 1 

7i 

7i 

713 

7ii 

7*3 

7U 

7i3 

713 

713 

713 

7iy 

7x3 
7x3 
7x3 

713 



Xo. 

acres 

217 

250 

A70 

135 
250 

100 

9* 

190 

3S0 

17 ' 
185 

1020 
[8 

1 1 
170 

130 
5 

100 

13 1 



74 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



97 
97 
98 

98 
98 

99 
99 
100 
101 
101 
101 
102 
102 

103 
105 
106 
106 
106 
107 
107 
108 
108 
108 
109 
109 
109 

1 10 
no 

1 1 1 

1 12 

"3 

"3 

114 
114 

"5 
116 

117 



VVm. Evans 

W'm. Arlington 
Francis Mayberry . . 
Richard Reynolds, Jr. 
Samuel Cornwell 

Thomas Drake 

Edward Boykin 
James Atkinson, Jr. 

Charles Jones 

Richard Blow 

Win. Mayo 

Bridgman Joyner, Jr. 

Richard Drake 

Edward Stephens . . 
Lawrence Hunt 

John Drew 

Henry Pope 

Win. Ror^e 

George Smith 

George Wyech 

John Denson 

Richard Drake 

Thomas Kerby 

Ric hard Williams .. 

Win. Paircloth 

John Rasberry 

Henry Pope 

Robert Lanier 

John Barnes 

Win. 1 [ickman 

Robert Hodge 

John I [awthorn 

Arnold Lew 

Richard Renolds . . . 

Edward Harris 

John Tea -ley 

TheophihlS Joyner 



1713 


100 


1713 


200 


1713 


«S 


17*3 


200 


1713 


130 


1713 


250 


1713 


I'.. » 


1713 


250 


1713 


18s 


1713 


100 


1713 


22 


1713 


270 


1713 


285 


1713 


230 


1713 


200 


1713 




1713 


195 


*7*3 


150 


1713 


100 


1713 


150 


17*3 


230 


1713 


. • 


1713 




1713 


400 


1713 


VI 


171 ) 


170 


1713 


200 


1713 




*7«3 




1713 


370 


KKl 


5 ■ > 


1713 


3 J 5 


1713 


870 


I7>3 


113 


1713 




1 ? 1 3 


• 


17*3 





VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



75 



u 



I? 
19 

20 

20 
24 
27 

47 
30 
30 
30 
16 
3 1 
43 
43 
4^> 
45 
46* 
itf 
49 
49 
40 
49 
50 
53 
54 
57 
64 

164 



r, 



68 

71 
72 
74 
76 

180 
80 

18a 



Martin Dawson 

Philip Raj ford 

Benjamin Evans 

Thomas Drake 

Abraham Brawler 

Sarah Rcddyhoe 

Barneby Macquinny 

Barneby Macquinny 

Thomas Jarrell 

Nicholas Cock and George Ezell 

Captn. John Allen 

Nathaniel Harrison 

Win. Edwa rds 

Saml. Harwood, Jr 

Win. Edwards 

Joseph Seward 

Bartholemew Andross 

Wm. Hinlim 

Erancis Bressey 

Isabel Havield » 

Edward Boykin 

Thomas Barrow 

Adam I leith, Jr 

Henry Clarke 

Col. Thos. Godwin 

Chas. Jones 

Edward Jones 

Robert Rikes 

Cap. Henry Harrison and Philip Lu 

Etheldred Taj lor 

Thomas Jarrell, Jr. and Jos. Lane 

Wm. I lunter 

Wm. Edward s 

Same 

Wm. Gray. Jr 

John Kellcy 

Samuel Harwood, Jr. . .• 



1713 


350 


1713 


3*S 


1713 


375 


1713 


230 


1713 


340 


1714 


115 


1714 


490 


1714 


670 


1714 


200 


1714 


190 


1713 


240 


'7M 


1750 


1714 


540 


1714 


44- 


1714 


120 


1714 


95 


1714 


320 


1714 


245 


I7M 


240 


1714 


120 


1714 


160 


1714 


100 


1714 


no 


1714 


100 


I7M 


250 


1714 


- 


1714 


215 


1714 


430 


1714 




1714 


545 


■r 1 -; 


1400 


1714 


»s 


17M 


i*75 


1714 


44° 


1714 


300 


I7M 


«5 


1714 


S80 



7 6 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



i«3 

1S4 
184 

192 

194 
195 
^95 
196 
196 
196 
200 
200 
201 
201 
201 
201 
202 
202 
202 
203 
203 
222 
223 
223 

22\ 
224 
224 

231 
234 
244 
254 
255 
256 
256 
257 

•57 



Edward Goodrich 

Wm. West 

Win. Edwards 

Matthew Markes 

Walter Bailey 

Henry Briggs 

Wm. Grumpier 

Win. Scott, Jr 

£ilwaxd— Good-on and Matthew Ruslim 

Thomas Newscome 

Nich olas Wil liams 

Francis Bressy 

Richard Washington 

Barneby Macquinny 

Bridgman Joyner 

John Parnell and Mary Jolly 

Richard Washington 

Same 

John Lawrence 

Thomas Blunt 

Joseph Lane 

Barneby Macquinny 

Thomas Blunt 

Benjamin Chapman 

Wm. Brown 

Same 

Thomas 1 [art 

James Jones 

Philip Rayford 

Hinshea Guillum 

Samuel Brown 

Joseph Holt 

Same 

Arthur Davis 

Wm. Ilinchin 

Hugh Matthews 

Thos, Smith 



I7M 


230 


17*4 


400 


1714 


570 


1714 


200 


1714 


240 


1714 


415 


I7M 


270 


i/M 


1700 


1714 


475 


1714 


180 


1714 


200 


1714 


350 


1714 


1240 


17x4 


545 


1714 


gco 


1714 


237 


1714 


S50 


I7M 


300 


1714 


580 


1714 


710 


I7M 


150 


1714 


3435 


I7M 


420 


1714 


480 


1714 


325 


1714 


430 


I7M 


295 


1714 


2'^ 


1714 


5*S 


1714 


620 


l 7 l S 


200 


1716 


6x5 


1716 


300 


1 7 [ S 


170 


'7'S 


ICO 


1 7 1 S 


100 


! 7 ! S 


85 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



77 



257 
??7 
25* 

25S 
258 
258 
258 
259 
259 
259 
--259 
260 
261 

2f>4 

264 
267 
270 

267 

26S 
268 
268 

269 
269 
269 

270 
270 
271 
271 
271 
272 

2J2 
2J2 
276 
277 
«78 

»79 



Henry Pope 

Joseph Turner 

Randall Revell 

Charles Porter 

Hugh Lee 

Richard Blow 

John Baity 

John Yick 

Thomas Joyner .... 
Thomas Taylor .... 

John Watts 

Win. Wilkason .... 

John Joyner 

John Rachell 

Win. Rose, Jr 

Arthur Kavenaugh . 

Win, Cain 

Win. Edwards 

John Lear 

Robert Scott 

Andrew Griffin 

Win. Scott, Jr 

Thontas Jarrell .... 
Thomas Carter .... 

James Joyner 

v Win. Brown 

Thomas Jarrell 

John Edwards 

Wm. Oudelant 

Edward Boykin 
Abraham Stephenson 

James Barnes 

Wm. Browne 

William Pope 

Hugh Golitely 

James Lundy 

John Peter-on 



ISO 
SO 
135 
I0O 
no 
150 
100 

150 

65 
100 

Bo 

100 

*75 
$2 

330 

?y? 

1S0 

195 

100 

90 

120 

Il8 

100 

jo 

90 

MS 
MS 

145 

100 

130 

90 

200 



78 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



280 Win. Batts 

2S0 John Poythrcss .... 

2S8 Josiah John Ilollimun 

291 Nchciniali Joyner . . 

30^) John Denson 

30S James Thwcat 

30S Richard Lewi- 

30S Thomas Holliday . . 

303 John Simmons 

310 James Denson 

315 Richard Drake, Jr. . 

315 Thomas Collyer .... 

326 Henry Beddingfield . 

342 Owen Mirack 

342 Francis West 

343 John Baptis Curtsi . 

343 John Persons 

344 John Wall 

354 James Mercer 

355 John Cain 

355 Theophilus Joyner . . 

356 Henry Pendry 

366 John Yauhan 

370 Thomas Allen 

371 Theophilus Joyner . 

371 Jacob Summerlin . . . 

372 Martin MiddletOll . . , 

372 Edward Brantley . . . 

381 John Guillam 

382 Giles Driver, Jr 

410 John Simmons 

423 John Joyner 

423 Nathan Joyner 

425 William Batte 

425 Edward BrantU 

424 Thomas Brown 

424 James Binam 



7*5 
715 

7^ 
716 
7i'' 
716 
716 
716 
716 
7* 
716 
7i6 
716 
716 
716 
716 
716 
716 
716 
716 
7^7 
7*7 
717 
7^7 
7^7 
7^7 
7^7 
7*7 
7 ] 7 
7*7 
719 
7«9 
719 
7«9 
719 
71 I 



250 
100 

90 

100 

15 » 

[2 ' 

7IO 
420 
20O 
440 

[80 

100 

: 

IOO 
IOO 
165 

IOO 
I 10 

»S 

150 
90 

: • • 
39o 
230 

35 > 
35o 
»S 

IJ ' 

»s 

•IOO 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



79 



424 Robert Little 17 19 170 

426 Benjamin Howard 1719 200 

• 458 Richard Smith 1719 390 

« 459 Thomas Smith 17 [9 270 

► 459 Nicholas Smith 17 [9 100 

460 William Auldridge 1719 IOO 

400 John Peterson 1719 3S5 

4f>o Same 1 7 1 9 330 

12S Thomas Hunt 1714 140 

Book Xo. ii. 

49 John Thweat 1720 135 

56 Adam Ivy 1720 150 

48 John Peterson 1720 100 

56 Thomas Dunn 1720 200 

56 Adam Ivy 1720 IOO 

55 James Sammon 1720 170 

55 Thomas Griffis 1720 IOO 

137 Same 172a 400 

l 37 John Pennington 172a 15 1 

166 John Jones 1 722 170 

167 George Cornit 1 722 90 

167 Will. Kinney 1722 400 

167 John Branch 1722 200 

168 Arthur Kavenaugh 1 J22 400 

_ 168 John Par-ons 1722 130 

169 Randall Revel 1722 75 

169 Same 1722 \- 

170 John Scott and John Scott. Jr 1722 100 

170 John Scott 1722 i 15 

171 Arthur Kavenaugh 1722 50 

171 John Scott. Jr 1722 i v 

171 John Golitely 1722 100 

172 John Parsons 1722 100 

172 Thomas Macey ' 1722 100 

173 Thomas Moy 1722 100 

* *7$ Thomas Johnson 1722 185 






So 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



136 
174 
174 

175 
*75 
176 

248 

249V 

249 * 

250 

193 

193 

251 

251 

251 

252 

252 
253 
253 
254 
254 
255 
255 
256 
256 
257 
257 
25S 
258 
258 
»59 
259 
•260 

260 

2^)1 
26l 

J') J 



John Ma. -on 
Henry rowers . . , 
Francis Regan . . , 
VVm, Simmons . 

Wm. Powell 

Francis - Mirach . 
Win. Exum 
John Chapman . . 
'John Dawson 

John Drew 

James Davis .... 
Wm. Richardson , 
John Dow in 
Rebeccah Howell , 
Jos. John Bridger 
James Massingall 
Thomas Barrow . , 
Thomas Addeson 
Edward Simmons 
Saml. Westbrook . 
Thomas Drake . . , 

Same , 

Joshua Joyner . . 
James Turner . . . 
Wm. Rainey .... 
C h a njj n _W_i]Jja m s 
Win. Thomas . . . 

John Sutar 

John Drew 

John Poythre< . . 
William Thomas 
John Branch . . . 
Wm. John- >n 
Joseph Godwin . 
Wm. Deloach . . . 
George Jordan . . 
William Browne 





250 


I72J 


250 


1722 


165 


1722 


425 


1722 


125 


1722 


250 


1722 


27s 


1722 


240 


1722 


100 


i;jj 


270 


1722 


330 


1722 


300 


1722 


116 


1722 


100 


1722 
1722 


35o 
265 


1722 


225 


1/23 


150 


1723 


235 


1723 


!50 


1723 


200 


1723 


150 


1723 


27? 


*7?3 


245 


1723 


50 


1723 


190 


1723 
1723 


65 


1723 


530 


17*3 


200 


17*3 


130 


17*3 


100 


17*3 


165 


17*3 


IOO 


1723 


; ; ' 


17*3 


100 


17*3 


1 1 5 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 81 

262 Win. Batte 1723 150 

263 Edward Simmon- 1723 120 

263 \Ym. Scarbrow 1723 125 

263 George Wythe 1723 1 1 5 

316 Richard Hill 1723 200 

317 Robert Ellis 1723 125 

317 Elizabeth Urvin 1723 420 

318 George Williams 1723 300 

319 Hugh Lee 1723 325 

319 John Newton 1723 75 

320 Edward Wyatt 1723 200 

320 Robert Booth 1723 320 

321 William Gray 1723 130 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Book No. 6. 

No. 

Page Name Date acres 

92 Martha Ludford 1672 300 

92 Rich. Whittaker 1669 158 

2/7 Thos. Tugwell 1669 210 

328 Richard Parrott 1669 15S 

415 Win. Daniell 1672 115 

428 Sr. Wm. Skipworth, Knt 1672 400 

448 Lt. Wm. Gordon 1672 243 

512 Thomas Loe [674 1200 

51 1 Thomas Warwick 1674 

518 John Lindsey 1674 700 

522 John Richens and Geo. Hooper 1674 1 100 

522 Geo. I [ooper 1674 

524 Robert Aldifl i'>74 IOO 

525 Alexander Smith 1674 [10 

524 John Richena 1^74 400 

532 George Goodloc 1^74 25 

537 Era. Bridge 1674 

585 Captn. Ralph Wormally 1675 



u 



82 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

606 Robert Price 1675 450 

646 Daniel Long K 100 

646 Christ. Robinson I 300 

647 Robert Beverley 1678 50 

650 Angus. Cant 1 678 750 

6f>i Richard Robinson 1 200 

662 Robert Beverley 1^78 300 

663 Edwin Conway 167S 400 

Book Xo. 7. 

4 Maj. Robt. Beverly 1679 34^ 

5 George Goodloe lo/j I 

7 Edward Thomas i6y<) 1 100 

^^ Ralph Wormeley if>8o 740 

112 Edwin Conway 1681 200 

1 16 Robert Beverly 1 300 

127 Matthew Kemp 1682 450 

162 James Atwood 1682 700 

299 Anthony Doughting 1683 I 5 1 

318 Nicholas Cocke 1683 346 

355 Edward Docker 1684 210 

358 Win. Cheyney and Thomas Still [684 J45 

402 John Willis 1684 1 150 

406 Richard Willis 1^84 1340 

413 Grace Lewi- 1684 646 

4^>7 Richard Allon 1685 53 

469 Richard Parrett, Sr 1685 170 

470 Thomas Chcwning 1685 920 

471 Robert Price 1 17 

471 Richard Willis [( -^ 300 

472 Robt. Williamson 1685 389 

517 Robt. Blackey U 23 

524 John Burk r 191 

525 AtlgUStine S;;>rbrongh 1 7JJ 

581 Thomas Williams r &p 17: 

8i Thomas Thompson v^t 140 

582 Oswald Cary If s- 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 83 

582 John Sandford 1687 94 

586 Wm. Kidd r 420 

621 W'm. Wallais 1687 280 

637 Henry Nicholls 1688, 55 

639 John Skeeare 1688 153 

640 Wm. Downing 1 1 ^ 22 

644 Wm. Poole, Jr 1688 1 170 

644 Christ Church, Parish Glebe r 426 

650 John Furwcll 1688 593 

649 Thomas Toseley 1688 594 

692 Wm. Scarbrough and Philip Forbscy U 264 

652 Anthony Dowten 1688 700 

714 Christopher Kellbeel 1689 59° 

Book No. 8. 

19 George Blake 16S9 22 7 

19 James Curtis 16S9 3^° 

41 Dugwell Ferson 1690 63 

54 John Jones 1690 1780 

62 Christopher Wormly 1690 800 

63 Thomas Dudeligh 1690 722 

81 John Brim 1690 200 

139 Doer. Walter Whittakcr 1690 150 

162 Michael Musgrave 1691 500 

196 Thomas Haslewood i r v* 2 -U 

196 Edward Williams 1691 7° 

197 John Miller 1691 $5 2 

208 Edwin Thackcr 1691 210 

210 Wm. Briscoe 1691 150 

2ji Christopher Robinson of Middlesex Co... 1691 

263 Hczekiah Rhodes 1693 410 

319 Wm. Beaumount 1694 ^^ 

3S7 Maurice Cock K ] S 8 

405 Captn. Matthew Kemp H i&> 

410 Edwin Thacker * r *)5 2I ° 



84 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 9. 

4 Tobias Mickleburrough 1695 217 

5 Same 1695 515 

5 Same 1695 300 

6 Bartholcmew Fowler 1695 0O ° 

10 John Smith, Sr 1695 22S 

34 Win. Churchill 1696 40 

36 Ralph Wormeley 1696 200 

38 Same 1696 3200 

1 1 1 Alex. Murry 1697 250 

137 Ralph Wormeley 1697 1700 

170 Same 1698 1850 

184 Win. Barby 1699 200 

- 189 Robert George 1699 J 88 

190 George Wortham 1699 32> 

206 Ralph Wormeley 1699 128 

207 Alexander Murry 1699 250 

239 Ralph Wormeley 1699 about 50 A. 

256 Thomas Townsend 1700 190 

292 Wm. Montague 1700 17c 

296 Edwin Thacker 1700 300 

V3 John Sandford 1701 150 

375 Peter Montague 1701 1000 

386 John Meacham 1701 150 

399 Robert Terrill 1701 63 

447 Valentine Mayo 1702 39 

448 Henry Thacker 1702 23 

449 Edwin Thacker 1702 153 

450 John Sumers 1702 175 

» 459 John Smith 1702 450 

464 Edward Docker 1702 About 40 A. 

498 Wm. Carter 1702 17a 

499 George Goodloe 1702 1 13 

526 Henry Thacker 1703 y~ 

52S Thomas Stapleton 1703 125 

533 John Satvlford 1703 150 

543 Rebecca Mason 1703 \2 I 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 85 

546 David George 1703 80 

547 Wm. Probert 1703 6 

547 Jo hn Davis i/°3 75 

583 Edwin Thacker 1703 645 

585 Same 1 703 1 100 

703 John Man 1705 770 

Book No. 10. 

44 John Curtis 1711 31 

44 Adam Curtis 171 1 300 

46 Captn. Harry Beverly 171 1 46 

89 Wm. Stanard and Chickeley Corbin 

Thacker 1713 3S5 

132 John Southern 1714 18 

310 Arthur Danelane 1716 41 

* 314 John Clark 1717 18 

353 Wm. Jones 1717 41 

Book No. ii. 

/ 54 Jacob Stiff 1720 34 1 

Book No. 17. 

124 Amy Walker 1736 15 

Book No. 21. 

553 James Gibson 1743 4°/^ 

Book No. 31. 

509 Wm. Morgan 1755 

513 Churchill Jones and John Berry. . . 1755 24A. 3R. 8Per. 

Book No. 32. 

89 Thomas Wood 1753 5° 

355 John Murray 1754 II2 

Book No. t,j. 

71 Wm. Churchill \7 ( "7 4^5 



86 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 39. 

$()■? Win. Dean i//i I2 ° 

Book No. 41. 

118 Richard Corbin 1/73 l 92 l /t 

286 Lewis Dudley i/73 6 l A 



COMMONWEALTH'S GRANTS OR PATENTS. 
Book 'R." 

537 J no - T. Corbin 1785 82J/2 

Book No. 34. 
287 Braxton Dunlavy 1796 20>< 



25 



WARWICK COUNTY. 

Book Xo. i. 

813 Thomas Ransha 1642 300A. 

841 Henry Ballard 1 642 50 

903 Thomas Taylor 1642 250 

Book No. 2. 



3 Toby Smith 1^44 650 

John Rode 1645 1 000 

^ Zachary Cripps 1645 ic 5 

. 34 Thomas Davis u \$ 475 

38 John Williams 1^45 j; 1 

43 Edward Major 1645 300 

45 Radulph Hunt 1645 3°° 

105 John Williams 1645 150- 

106 John Lewi- and Richard Wi OtOIl 1 i««> 

131 Francis Rice 1 

2$<) Thomas Maninge 1651 150 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 87 

Book No. 3. 

29 Capt. Nathl. Hurd 1653 533 

152 Hump. Harwood l6$2 2070 

319 Hump. Gibbs 1654 40 

Book No. 4. 

24 Major Miles Carey 1655 94 

•24 Capt. Thos. Davis 1655 300 

-' 93 Wm. Stephens [656 320 

260 Thos. Newell 1658 700 

298 Lt. Col. Miles Carey 1657 344 

409 Rich. Hall 1661 100 

471 Robert Pyland 1660 250 

Book No. 5. 

22, Rowland Beaman 1663 25 

5 John Alford 1664 4° 

24 Robt. Chappell 1663 100 

24 Rowland Beaman 1663 185 

24 Saml. Giappell 1664 78 

126 Evan Waters 1662 50 

155 Richard Kelson l66fl 250 

187 Robt. Hubberd and Robt. Wolfe 1663 533 

195 Richd. Hall 1664 150 

, 262 Major Thos. Davis 1662 500 

324 Humphry Gibbs 1663 4° 

370 John Lewis 1663 137 

^426 Humphrey Harwood 1663 1070 

506 Col. M lies Carey 1665 92 

537 John and Nathl. Edwards 1663 100 

558 Richd. Dixon 1665 300 

507 Col. Miles Carey 1665 103 

Book No. & 

30 I Icnry Eilmore 1666-7 360 

153 Giles Cale 1667 150 

153 Same l65? 120 



88 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

218 Thos. Ikcn l66g I350 

281 Mr. John Sanders 1669 

304 Humphrey liar wood 1670 2^.44 

450 Chas. Blankcvilc 1673 440 

481 Henry Filmer 1673 3 r >o 

506 Thos. Peirce (673*4 155 

593 Robt. Hubberd 1675-6 168 

610 Richd. Whitaker 1676 600 

611 John Wells and Emanuel Wells 1676 100 

641 John Mathews 1678 2944 



Book No. 



/ 



46 Robert Evarett 1680 280 

47 Thos. Cheeseman if>8o 550 

87 Henry Gary 1681 670 

103 James Cathome 1681 120 

104 Henry Price 1681 97 

105 Mr. Saml. Ranshaw l68l 136 

105 Win. Norwood 16S1 70 

106 Thos. Merry 1681 200 

107 Capt. John Langhorne 1681 1990 

1 57 John Corlew 1 68a I 2 9 

180 Thos. Merrey 1682 1 E 

201 Miles Carey 1682 1590 

218 Thos. Cheesman t( Bs 370 

219 John Wells 1 255 

220 Emanuel Wells [683 [59 

243 Joseph Ring 1683 25 1 

353 Robert Read 1 350 

391 Zachariah Chappell [I 175 

403 Samuel Chappell 1684 12" 

442 David Lewis 1685 917 

460 Owen Davis 1685 1 9 

4<>i John Powers and John Davis |68j IflB 

481 John Gibbs 1685 80 

513 Wm. Townsend i^> 

517 Wm. Norwood 1686 70 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS Sg 

461 Edward Muxnford 1686 148 

585 Alice 1 [arlow i r >sr, ^-o 

678 Samuel Raa&haw 1688 132 

704 Tlios. Branton 16S9 3$ 

yog John Lucas 16S9 300 

Book No. 8. 

33 Joseph Mum ford 1690 410 

144 John Nail 1691 45 

168 Win. Cole 1691 2S0 

186 Ann, the wife of George Jackson, and 

Sarah Rensha 1691 220 

1S7 Miles Gary 1691 122V2 

381 Seamore Powell 1694 282 

74 Emanuel Wills 153 

Book No. 9. 

44 James Cathon 1696 53 

41 Win. Cooke 1696 29 

41 Henry Royal] 1696 245 

42 Saml. Chappell 1696 21S 

44 Thos. King 1696 225 

45 John Mallicot 1696 11J4 

1 24 Janice Floyd 4>. 1697 74 

129 Thos. King 1697 70 

177 Peter Lear 1698 2G6 

316 Mathew Goodwin 1701 134 

421 Thomas King 1701 70 

463 Henry Dawson 1702 363 

^33 Rowland Williams 1704 70 

570 Stephen Btorgaafl 1703 128 

O33 Charles Stuckcy 1704 1 36 

681 John Tingnall 1705 392 

I>CX)K No. 10. 

89 John Boucher 17 13 144 

122 Nathl. Hoggard 1713 136 

193 Margery, widow of Henry Whitakcr 1714 69 



go VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

I94 Saml. Grove- 1714 13 2 

214 Henry Hay ward 17 14 9S 

220 John Rcadc 1 7 l A l & 

Book No. 12. 
127 Henry Cary of William>burgh 17 j ; 180 

Book No. 13. 
331 Wm. Rogers 172S 28 

Book No. 14. 
354 Wilson Cary 1731 20 

Book No. 15. 

124 Saml. Brown 1733 42 

Book No. 17. 

321 Wm. Haughton 1737 27 

Book No. 34. 
203 l Iios. Whitby 1757 44 

Book No. 42. 
t 745 Anne and John Smith 1774 94 



PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY. 
Book No. ^2. 

612 George Moore 1755 1 1 3 18 

653 Wm. Watson 1755 

672 Richard Woodson 1; no) 

Book No. t,^. 

426 John Gaulding 1758 400 

451 Patlc Shallda 1758 400 

533 J** Stuart i;:< 113 

570 Robert Williamson 175^ 305 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



9i 



£cf* Philemon Holcomb 1760 200 

806 John Porter 1760 280 

807 Zacharias Fenn 17C0 1 25 

835 Thomas Lee 17(0 1 34 

836 Jame^ Drown ..." 1760 400 

$57 Jon' 1 Morton 1760 400 

839 \Vm. Campbell 1760 400 

904 Joel Watkins 1760 89 

1004 John Morton 1761 200 

1004 Rial Bowman and John S. Bowman 1761 277 

1005 Rial Bowman and John S. Bowman 1761 254 

Book No. 34. 

573 Saml. Goode 1700 400 

786 Abraham Xabors 1761 31^ 

797 Henry Dawson 1761 400 

930 John Riggers 176.1 - 800 

931 James Sentcr 1761 400 

932 Saml. Wallace 1761 400 

1003 Saml. Wallace 1762 295 

1007 Henry Dyks 1762 1S8 

Book No. 35. 

2^ Wm. I Iolt 176a 400 

122 Joseph Ashur 1763 26S 

192 John Biggers 1763 . 400 

194 John Bo-tick I763 400 

198 John Martin I763 -M 

460 Andrew Porter 1763 ^00 

Book No. 36. 

too Richard Burks 1 7 r, 4 77 

62a Wm. ( iriffen 17^4 220 

751 John Jackson I 7' , 5 78 

822 Andrew Porta I765 $°0 

Baa Thomas Owen, Excr ij 400 

1031 Peter Coffee 1767 400 



9 2 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Book No. t>7- 



95 Saml. Matins 1767 400 

118 Saml Sherwin 1767 400 

Book No. 3S. 

4S5 Luke I lark 1768 173 

• 602 John Smith 1 769 222 

646 Andrew Baker 1769 262 

701 James Allen 1769 

743 Win. Hall 1769 40-0 

Book No. 39. 

93 Thomas CrafTord 1770 154 

95 John Fisher 1770 S • 

97 Same 1 770 400 

13S Wm. Maxey 1770 391 

4 358 John Clarke 1771 

401 Jacob McGehee 1771 3'.'o 

^7405 Richd. Thomason 177 1 s ; 

Book No. 40. 

612 Wm. Thurman 1771 60 

633 Saml. WhitWOTth 1771 200 

683 Alex- Legrand 1772 150 

698 Bracket Owen 1772 400 

855 Manesseth McFela 1772 204 

859 Manesseth McFela 1772 [88 

Book No. 41. 

299 Mark Andrews 1773 [45 

•410 Cia-. Smith 1773 400 

Book No. 42. 

593 Manesseth McFela 1774 217 

(>24 James Fears 1774 

634 James Farley 1774 | B 

635 James Farley 1774 

797 Thos. Green 1774 12. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



93 



Soi Wm. Watt 1774 20 

818 Stephen Pettns 1774 04 

855 Pryce B. Pannell 1774 236 

856 John Brown 1774 1200 

Book A. 

165 Robert Good 1779 340 

166 Saml. Morton 1779 44 

467 Wm. Thurman 1780 209 ^ 

510 Robert Clopton 17S0 400^ 

546 Jno. Le Neave and Wm. Booker 1780 338 

654 Peter Johnston 1780 246 

♦ 674 Peter Johnston 17S0 400 

Book B. 

lx 200 Arnold Tommerson 1779 19 

369 Wm. Thurman 17S0 181 

388 Wm. Jackson 17S0 323 

400 John Holloway 1780 250 

Book C. 

56 Arthur Jameson 1781 70 

f 62 Peter Legrand 1781 182 

66 John Moraine 1781 413 

204 Saml. Wallace 17S1 93 

216 Ezekiel Kendrick 178] 112 

362 Andrew Dunn 1781 183 

436 Chas. Patteson 1781 6S 

Book D. 

126 Wm. Black 1780 151 

336 Henry Young 17S0 J • .; 

398 George Moore 1781 325 

508 Jordan Anderson 1781 63^ 

520 John FieMer 1781 43 

62 1 Wm. I Iencock E781 400 

693 John Arnold 1 ;S 1 183 

710 Ambrose Hinge 1781 i'\~ 



94 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



JJ2 Bryan McDcarmose 1781 300 

Book E. 

1 Charles Lovcll 1775 21 1 

196 John Watson 1780 165 

924 Charles Smith 1781 202 

Book F. 
143 Peter Legrand 1782 862 

Book G. 

185 Thos. Holt 178a 211 

288 Mordecai Hill 1782 332 

123 Nathaniel Yenable 1782 44 

Book H. 
63 Robert Peak 17S3 304 

Book I. 

2 Peter Legrand 1783 128 

Book No. 8. 
605 Robt. Bowman 1787 150 

Book No. 16. 
38 Furgus Mann I ; 400 

Book No. 20. 
320 Robert Jennings 1 ; 250 

Book No. 22. 

159 Wm. Swinney 1790 300 

699 Wm. Wooton 1791 300 

Book No. 2^. 

156 Abraham Chandler I790 92 

158 Wm. Swinney 1790 \ 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 
Boos Xo. 26. 



95 



113 W'm. Co flee . . 

114 Philip Mathews 

705 John Sweeny . 



393 Davis Hi! 



Book Xo. 27. 
Book Xo. 28. 



140 William Tyree 

141 Same 

142 Same 

6S0 Richard Bibb and John Clarke, Jr. 



Book Xo. 30. 



57 W'm. Wraxton 

409 John Thnrman 

425 Robert Kelso 

426 W'm. Swency 



18 Win. Tyree . 
20 Daniel Tyree 
27 W'm. Fore . . 



Book Xo. 31, 



Book Xo. 12. 



56 Win. Walker 
120 Saml. Cunningham 
341 Dick Holland 



Book Xo. 34. 



236 Jas. Dickinson 

498 Chas. Patterson 

576 Win. Sweeney 

666 Saml. Watkins 



:•'- 


396 


79* 


301 


79* 


i68ji 



79- 



Book Xo. 35, 
331 Peter Patterson 179/1 



116 



792 


237 


792 


22 1 /-, 


792 


88 


793 


152 


793 


iogy 2 


794 


100 


794 


280 


794 


20 


793 


250 


793 


307 


793 


20 


794 


95J* 


794 


591* 


795 


65 


796 


145 




102 


796 


462 


; 


180 



IS: 



9 6 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



JUh.k No. $j. 

170 Wm, Sweeny 1797 79 

232 Stephen Bell 1797 l6 

Book No. 39. 

48 Wm. Bcnnitt 1 796 3 1 1 / 2 

189 Saml. Morrison 1797 33 2 

485 Danl. S. Tucker 1797 98 

Book No. 40. 
135 Tlios. Robinson 1798 290 

Book No. 41. 
149 Robert Kclsoe 1799 422 

Book No. 42. 
597 John Botewright 1779 66J-1 



PATRICK COUNTY. 
(Cont. from page 25) 

Book No. 38. 

^2^ James Turner 1798 400 

367 Wm, Scott 1798 200 

371 Benj. I lancock | ; ~- ? 

2,72 Geo. Carter 1798 I45 

566 Geo. Penn 1 799 3 1 56 

Book No. 39. 

40 Haman Critz, Jr 1796 96 

43 Jesse Com 1; 86 

54 Wm. I [amlett, Jr 1796 120 

90 Terry Hughes 1796 83 

272 Jas. Perkins, Saml. Bla ..•'■■••■ L. 

Chandler and Wm. Coleman 1797 65,000 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



97 



4S7 
491 

493 
495 
495 
496 
498 
498 
504 

542 
543 

587 
587 
5S8 

589 
590 
59i 
592 
593 



29 

29 

141 

181 

192 



194 
214 
218 
292 
303 
314 
.316 



Joseph Jackson . . 

John Davis 

Jacob Talbott 

Martin Dickinson 
James Dickinson . 

John Stott 

Palmer Scritchfield 
Joseph Johnson . - 

Danl. Carlan 

Wm. Allen 

Rhodham Moore . 
Stephen Senter . . 

John Hook 

Benj. Garrott .... 

John Hook 

Joshua Haynes . . . 
John Hook 

Same 

Same 

Same 



797 
7' >7 
7' >7 
7'>7 
7'>7 
7>>7 
797 
797 
797 
797 
7<>7 
797 
797 
797 
797 
797 
797 
797 
797 
7>)7 



Book Xo. 40. 

Geo. Hairston I ~< >~ 

Same 1 797 

Wm. Armstrong 1798 

Same 1 798 

Geo. Washington, Tent Marr, John Marr. 
Wm. M. Marr, Sarah Marr, Constant 
H. P. Marr, Peter H. Marr and Agatha 
A. Marr, Ileris and John Marr, deed.. 17 £ 

Same 1798 

Richardson Herndon 1798 

Same 1798 

Xathl. Anderson T 7 ( >^ 

P.cnj. Mize 1798 

John KoL, r er 1798 

Robert Rowan 1798 



58 

57 

50 

150 

137 

72 

50 

159 

96 

88 

* 

43 
45° 

42 
616 

134 
400 

7r? 

89 

212 



107 
22s 

65 
1450 



261 

- 
16 1 

5000 
70 



9 s 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



374 
419 
420 
421 
422 
422 

423 
426 
428 
429 

430 
432 
543 



118 
120 
120 
122 
128 
130 

135 
619 



109 
164 
i*5 

I/O 

182 

259 

264 

271 
273 
2/4 
278 

295 



James Bartlett 

Wm. Cuter 

Martin Dickinson 

Rodham Moore 

Kliliu Avrcs 

Robert Harriss 

Jonathan I Ianlev 

Dedrick Ewes 

Daniel Carlan 

Charles I lenegin 

George Carter 

Will. Carter 

Saml. Packwood 

Book Xo. 41. 

Joseph Stovall 

Jonathan Iianby 

David I larbour 

John Johnson 

Joseph Stovall 

Same 

Abraham Tenn 

John Ingram 

Book Xo. 42 

Wm. Ross 

Archileus I faghes 

Joshua 1 Ia\ nes 

Archelau^ Hughes 

Adara Tittle 

Charles Thomas 

Thomas Avrcs 

Jacob Johnson 

Joseph Stovall 

Jesse Reynolds 

Ridld T. Manon 

Wm. West 

Thn>. Ayres, Jr 



798 

79* 

798 
798 

798 

798 
798 
7- J* 
798 
798 

798 



799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 
799 



799 
798 

7'^ 
79S 

799 
799 

799 

799 
799 

799 
799 



90 

37 
200 

141 
100 

50 
50 
30 

133 
70 

196 

533 

63 

65 
46 

275 

70 

60 

29 

270 

291 



307 
Bo 

153 

S3 
301 

53 

100 

68 

35 

140 

113 
134 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



99 



295 James Harriss 1799 60 

299 John Walters 17*/; 105 

450 Paul McMillin 1799 70 

Book Xo. 43. 

62 Geo. Yates 1799 59 

65 SamL Harris 1799 51 

64 John Yates 1799 65 

66 Stephen Jones 1799 100 

68 John Hall 1799 145 



Aug. 


9, 1792. 


June 


14, 1796. 


Sept. 


10, 1796. 


Feb. 


1,1787. 


Dec. 


27, 1787- 



CAROLINE COUNTY MARRIAGE BONDS. 
Cont'd, from Vol. VI, page 24S. 

John Fletcher and Flower Seizer. 

John Farish and Ann Rogers. 

John Farmer and Betsy Wright. 

Edmund Gatewood and Judith Gatewood. 

Richard Gatewood and Elizabeth Bowcock. 

Spilsby Gregor and Caroline Nuse. 

Reuben Gaunt and Sally Sullenger. 

Chas. Gervis and Sarah Cissell. 

1790. Edmund Gaines and Sukey Broaddus. 

Feb. 23, 1792. John Gayle and Betsy Pitts. 

Sept. 20, 1793. Leonard Gatewood and Clary Gatewood. 

Jan. 7, 1794. Win. Gadberry and Mary Barlow. 

Oct. 10, 1793. Win, Garnett and Lucy Garnett. 

Jan. 12,1796. Joseph Graves and Rachel Hay. 

Nov. 10, 1797. Win. Gayle and Lucy Dillianl. 

Sept. 19, 1799. James Gray and Sally Merritt. 

Dec. 8,1786. John Hall and Frances Wright 

Wm. Hudson and Mary Guilmore. 
Nov. 6,1790. Jamc^ Hughes and Sarah Seizcr. 

John Hopktafl and Mary Anne Luck. 

George Hcncdge and Sally Buckner. 
Jan. 2,1792. Thos. Havne< and Hannah Wright. 



IOO 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



J a n . 


7. 


1792 


May 


28, 


1792 


Dec. 


26, 


i/93- 


Jan. 


10, 


i/95- 


Oct. 


5» 


1794 


Apr. 


3. 


1795- 


Dec. 


M, 


1797- 


Sept. 


20, 


1798. 


Mar. 


15, 


1798. 


Feb. 


22, 


1799. 


Jan. 


14. 


1799- 


Dec. 


Hi 


1799- 


Sept. 


7, 


17S6. 


Jan. 


2, 


1790. 


Sept. 


7, 


1786. 


Sept. 


7, 


17S6. 


Mar. 


6, 


1791. 


Jan. 


2, 


1790. 


Apr. 


18, 


1792. 


Nov. 


6, 


*793- 


May 


22, 


1796. 


Nov. 


20, 


1796. 


Dec. 


6, 


1798. 


Oct. 


12, 


1797. 


Nov. 


16, 


1799- 


Jan. 


12, 


1792. 
1792. 


Jan. 


23. 


179a. 


Nov. 


15. 


1797- 


Sept. 


15. 


1787. 


Dec. 


iS, 




Dec. 


21, 


1786. 


Oct. 


24, 


1787. 



James Houston and Molly Page. 
Benj. Hall and Elizabeth Hartgrove. 

Eiodgins and Nancy Johnston. 

Benj. Hurt and France- Richeson. 
Wm. Hudson and Frances Hollo way. 
Win. Hutcheson and Mill}- Dillard. 
Robert Hill and Phoebe Royster. 
James Harris and Nancy Rains. 
Epaphroditus Howie and Mary Jones. 
Blocksom Howard and Rosy Samuel. 
John Hopkins and Eliza Yawter. 
Bennett Hutcheson and Juane Alsop. 
Francis Charles Lewis Irish and Ancy Su- 
sannah Pierce. 
Asa Ireland and Finland Toombs. 
Littleton Jeter and Jane Alsop. 
Horatio Jeter and Elizabeth Rolands. 
Thomas Johnston and Milicent Hargrove. 
Fauntley Johnston and Sarah Parish. 
Johnathon Jones and Milly Coleman. 
Washington Jones and Fanny Kidd. 
Lee Jones and Caty Blaxton. 
Robert Jones and Elizabeth Wright. 
John Jones and Nancy Dew. 
Elijah Jeter and Rebecca Martin. 
Richard Johnston and Eliza Tribble. 
George Kelly and Caty Daley. 
Edmund Kidd and Sally Jones. 
Garrett KeetOfl and Nancy McDonald. 
Jnel Kidd and Sally Saum: 
Lee Lewis and Caty Covin 
Benj. Long and Ann r.eray. 

James Langhlin and Sarah Coleman. 

Andrew Monroe and Sarah. Roberts. 
James Maylain mukes. 

Win. Marshall and Dorothy Griffin. 
George Marshall and Sally Saunders. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



ioi 



Nov. 


27, 


178S. 


Sept. 


18, 


1790. 


July 


9> 


1790. 


Jan. 


2, 


1791. 


Dec. 


20, 


1792. 


Feb. 


27, 


1792. 


Apr. 


23, 


1793- 


Nov. 


^ 


1793- 


Dec. 


*3> 


I794- 


Nov. 


13, 


1794. 


Nov. 


5, 


1794- 


Sept. 


5> 


1794. 


May 


7> 


1796. 


Feb. 


2, 


1797- 


Dec. 


M, 


1798. 


Dec. 


22, 


1797- 


Nov. 


18, 


1798. 


Oct. 


24. 


1798. 


May 


10, 


1798. 


Jan. 


1, 


1798. 


Feb. 


21, 


1799- 


Sept. 


19. 


1799- 


Sept. 


8, 


1790. 


Nov. 


23. 


1793- 


Mar. 


6, 


1794. 


Mar. 


9. 


1798. 


Nov. 


24, 


179*. 


Oct. 


27, 


1798. 


Oct. 


24. 


1703. 



Bcnj. Murrah and Molly Carter. 
Obcdiah Martin and Ann Turner, 
Win. Murrah and Elizabeth AUop. 
James Mason and Fanny Chewning*. 

Wm. Molin and Margaret Tinsley. 
Thomas McKee and Ellis Carnail. 
Larkin Miller and Frances Wright. 
Wm. Miller and Mary Durrctt. 
s/ John Morgan and Eleanor McDonald. 
Henry Mayfield and Milly Davy. 
Wm. Miller and Nanny Jeter. 
James Merrett and Lucy Page. 
Frederick Moore and Jane Russell. — 
John McGraw and Mary Burks. 
Henry Motley and Ann Segar. 
Edwin Motley and Elizabeth Kidd. 
James Martin and Ann Houston^ 
Win. Martin and Caty Hargrove. 
Sinion Morgan and Sarah Clayton. 
Willis Mason and Sally Kelly. 
Joel Mason and Jenny Kelly. 
Hickman Mitchell and Lctty Wright. 

Wm. Martin and Letty Turner.- 

Younger Martin and Betty Bowler. 
Sinion Morgan and Tolly Hutson. 
Win. Mullin ami Nancy Chenault. 
Richard Mahon and Eliza Gardner. 
Harrison Monday and Patsy Snced. 
Gray Nutgrass and Edna Pu 
Alexander Noell and Sarah Ay re-. 
Samuel Noell and Elizabeth Timberlake. 
Gilbert Nukes and Caty Tignor. 

James Noell and Judith Bowie 

John Norment and Sally Gunnell. 
Nathaniel E. Norment and Amelia Bridges. 
John Oliphant and Fanny E 
Thomas Oliver and Mary Ann Berry. 



102 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Oct. 


5» 1797- 


May 


28, 1786. 


Dec. 


31, 1786. 


Dec. 


16, 1/86. 





178S. 


Dec. 


II, 1790. 


Dec. 


5, 1788. 


Aug. 


9. 1792. 


Jan. 


3, 1794- 


Nov. 


23^793 


Dec. 


4, 1794- 


VDec. 


20, 1795 


Oct. 


20, 1795 


Sept. 


9, 1796 


May 


23^ 1797 


Aug. 


1,1798 


May 


15^797 


Sept. 


13, 1799 


Feb. 


3, 1798 


Nov. 


3, 1786 


June 


19, 1788 


Nov. 


27, 1788 



Nov. 15, 1793 
Dec. 25, 1794 
Nov. 18, 1796 

1796 

Sept. 29,1797 
Jan. 10, 1 799 



Thomas Oliver and Lucj Eastin. 
Daniel Powers and Elizabeth Lambeth. 
Reuben Pembroke and Betty Croucher. 
John Page and Rebecca Crutchfield. 

Win. Pius and Sally Ingram. 

Coleman Pitts and Sally Graves. 

John Phillipe and Elizabeth Emmerson. 

Richard Pope and Jenny Collin. 

Thomas Payne and Fanny Fortune. 

Moses Pruett and Frances Elington. 

John Parish and Polly Hewlett. 

Joseph Pitts and Sally Daniel. 

John Pattee and Sally Daniel. 

Levi Pitts and Elizabeth Taylor. 

John Page and Sally White. 

Elijah Pruett and EH^abejJi..\\*ii!iarns. 

Joseph E. Payne and 1 I ruett. 

Frederick Pilcher and Margaret Alsop. 

Moses Pruett and Amy Hall. 

Uriah Pruett and Alice Credle. 

Wm. Page and Peggy Vaughn. 

Wm. Poltney and Betsy Vaughn. 

Coleman Pitts and Lily Vaughn. 

Nehcmiah Rozel and Ann Goodloe. 

Robert Retinoids and Dolly Robinson. 

Hugh Roy and Elizabeth Marshall. 

Reuben Roeve and Sukey Wright 

Win. Rollins and Sally Prame. 

George Robinson and Elizabeth Dishman. 

Thomas Royston and Susannah Holl 

John Reynold^ and Molly Pembcrton. 

Jacob Rennolds and Martha Burrus. 

Thomas Rennolds and Lucy Carter. ' 

John R( .bin.-*, -n and . 

David Robinson and Margaret I 

Turner Red and Nancy Fl< 

Giles Rains an in. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



103 



• July 20, 1786 
Mar. 8,1787 
Nov. 25, 1787 

Dec. 27, 1787 
Apr. 5. 1788 
Sept. 8, 1790 
June 20, 1790 
Jan. 2, 1790 

Dec. 20, 1792 
Oct. 29. 1792 
Nov. 27, 1794 
July 18, 1794 



James Smith and Sally Waters. 
Richard Sampson and Nancy Stevens. 
JeSSC Slaughter and Lucy Thor: 

Slaughter. 
John Scott and Patty VVoolfork. 
Thomas Shirley and Molly Yates. 
James Sampson and Molly Stevens. 
Oliver Sutton and Elizabeth Douglass. 
Alex. Stuart and Lucy Aylett. 
John Ship and Lucy Farish. 
George Southworth and Molly Gleason. 
John Scanland and Ruth Taylor. 
Robert Sale and Anne Broaddus. 
James Scanland and Tabitha Jones. 



Jan. 


7, 


1797 


Jan. 


12, 


1797 


Jan. 


16, 


1797 


Jan. 


20, 


1797 


Jan. 


23. 


1797 


Jan. 


25, 


1797 


Feb. 


— 




Feb. 


2, 


1797 


Feb. 


6, 


1797 


Feb. 


11, 


1797 


Feb. 


i/. 


1797 


Feb. 


18, 


I7Q7 


Mch. 


25. 


1797 


Apr. 


1, 


1797 


Apr. 


1 1. 


*7<J7 



Apr. 20, 1797. 



NORFOLK MARRIAGE BONDS. 



Peter Gryndl and Mrs. Elenor Cutler. 
John Burket and Mrs. Abby Foltz. 
Patrick Ryan and Catherine Lee. 
Joseph Meissen and Keziah Spence. 
John Barns and Mrs. Sarah Bruer, widow 

of John Bruer. 
Leven Dorsey and Elizabeth Taylor. 
John Reynolds and Hannah Faulder. 
James Ker and Pemelee Ann Goulding. 
John Fulin and Sarah Wood. 
Stephen Price and Margaret Sly. 
Christopher Coffin and Nancy Brid^ers. 
John Godinicu> Brown and Mrs. Catherine 

Driscoll. 
Edward Moseley and Jennett Cocke. 
Charles RatTiTT and Delphc Sullivan. 
Chudleigh Southwick and Mrs. Ann Na- 

man. 
Barney Corbcy and Jane Loner. 



104 



Apr. 


26, 1797. 


Apr. 


2S, 1797. 


May 


4. 1797- 


May 


13. 1797- 


May 


29, 1797. 


June 


I, 1797- 


June 


5, 1797- 


June 


5, 1797- 


June 


21, 1797. 


June 


22, I797. 


July 


8, 1797. 


July 


8, 1797- 


July 


13,1797 


July 


22, 1797. 


July 


29, 1797- 


Aug. 


7, 1797. 


Aug. 


24, 1797. 


Aug. 


29, 1797. 


Sept. 


6, 1797. 


Sept. 


8, 1797- 


Sept. 


9- 1797- 


Oct. 


8, 1797. 


Oct. 


9. i/97- 


Nov. 


». 1797- 


Nov. 


4, 1797- 


Nov. 


10, 1797. 


Nov. 


10, 1797. 


Nov. 


11, 1797. 


Nov. 


15. 1797. 


Nov. 


15. 1797- 


Dec. 


12, 1797 


July 


8. 1797- 


July 


'3.1797- 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Andrew LccklC and Mary BrockenbrOUgh. 

Francis Hall and Gilley Cooper. 

Isaac Avery and Mary West. 
Alex. Deal and Isabella Johnson. 
Samuel S. LefYingwell and- Louisa Whit- 
field. 
William Consolvo and Sally Wright. 
James Allen and Elizabeth Shelton. 
Simeon P'eck and Mrs. Lydia Ross. 
Joseph Brown and Margaret Humphreys. 
George Lake and Joanna Syllivan. 
John Dougherty and Mrs. Elenor Regan. 
Job Gaskings and Annis Broughton. 
Johnson Mallory and Ann Boush. 

Walter Dorsett and Mrs. Isabella Mercer. 
James Goodwin and Mrs. Hannah Wol- 
land. 

Reuben Munn and Mrs. Ester Harris. 
John Nimmo and Anne Archdeacon. 

Richard McGrath and Mary Scott. 

Richard Payn and Nancy Burkctt. 

John Havan and Mary Munroe. 

Alex. McDannell and Mrs. Peggy Fitz- 
patrick. 

John Dunn and Polly Billups. 

Michael Mann and Mrs. Rebecca Lee. 

Benjamin Pollard and Mrs. Caroline H. 
Norton. 

Ebenezer Thomas and Maria Patterson. 

Henry B. Fitzgerald and Ann Douglas. 

J<-hn Gray and Nancy Coates. 

Henry Sample and Dinah Rcvans. 

Hance Hanson and Mrs. Jennet Connelly. 

Thomas Traill and Jenny Gibson. 

John Brown and Elizabeth Hutchings. 
Ji b Gaskings and Annie Bi n 

:ison Mallory and Ann Boush. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



105 



Tuly 
July 



22, i/97 
29, 1/97 



Aug. 7, 1797 
Aug. 24, 1797 

29, 1797 
6, 1797 
8, 1797 
9,1797 



Aug. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Oct. 8, 1797 
Oct. 9,1797 
Nov. 1, 1797 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mch. 



4, 1797 
10, 1797 
10. 1797 
IM797 
15, 1797 

15. 1797 
12, 1797 

23. 1798 
27, 1798 
27, 1798 

29. 1797 
5. I79S 

13. 1798 
15, 1798 
24, 179S 

27, 1798 

28, 1798 

2, 179-8 



Mch. 15. 1798 
Mch. 22, 1798 
Mch. 24, 1798 



Walter Dorsett and Mrs. I -abulia Mercer. 

James Goodwin and Mrs. Hannah W'ol- 
land. 

Reuben Munn and Mrs. Ester liar: 

John Ximmo and Anne Archdeacon. 

Richard McGrath and Mary Scott. 

Richard Payn and Nancy Rurkett. 

John Havan and Mary Munroe. 

Alexander McDanncll and Mrs. Peggy 
Fitzpatrick. 

John Dunn and Polly Billups. 

Michael Mann and Mrs. Rebecca Lee. 

Benjamin Pollard and Mrs. Caroline H. 
Norton. 

Ebenezer Thomas and Maria Patterson. 

Henry B. Fitzgerald and Ann Douglas. 

John Gray and Nancy Coates. 

Henry Sample and Dinah Bevans. 

Hance Hanson and Mrs. Jennet Conelly. 

Thomas Traill and Jenny Gibson. 

John Brown and Elizabeth Hutchings. 

Richard Hurst and Ailcey Lattemer. 

Thomas Smoot and Mrs. Elizabeth Hagg. 

Francis Kerr McNamara and Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Hastings. 

Jacob Grigg and Mary Ann Littlcdike. 

John Cowden and Mrs. Nancy Wallace. 

Walter Herron and Ann Plume. 

Joshua Brown and Mima Simkins. 

James Ward and Mrs. Elizabeth Grogg. 
Lewis Wilmans and Mrv Sally Young. 

Noah Prichard and Mrs. Sarah Telfair. 

Wm. De Calbiac and Mary Desbois ; 
fulant. 

Peter Wm. Brown and Mary Pembtaton. 
Christopher Lewis and Mrs. Peggy Price 
Isaac Bignall and Harriot W( 



106 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Apr. 9, 1796. James Span and Kcziah Lewelling. 

Apr. 11,1798. Thomas Moran and Susanna Hoggard. 

Apr. 11, I798. Lcni Langley and Mrs. Elizabeth Peai 

Apr. 24, 179S. Francis Rice and Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace. 

^May 3, 179S. Robert F. Storey and Lucy Winston. 

May 7, 1798. James Spinks and Sarah Robertson. 

~May 12, 1798. William Cooper and Maria Warren. 

May 23, 179S. Thomas Boush and Elizabeth Lewcllin^. 

May 24, 1798. Vincent Cadore and Mrs. Mary Autres- 

seau. 

June 4, 1798. Edward Digges and Mrs. Susanna Wood. 

June, 6, 1798. Joel McDowel and Elizabeth Placket. 

June 9, 1798. John Camp and Mrs. Ann Peters. 

June 14. 1798. David Black and Mrs. Elizabeth Stetson. 

June 21, 179S. Samuel Higgins and Catharine Cruise. 

July 5, 1798. Richard Shaw and Peggy Kennedy. 

July 13, 179S. Mathias Lukens and Ann Rose. 

July 18, 1798. Thomas Drury and Priscilla Garrison. 

Aug. I, 1798. Henry Pallett and Susannah Carey. 

Aug. 13, 1798. John Grimes and Mrs. Polly Smith. 

Aug. 14, 1798. Captain Robert Hatton and Sarah Wilson. 

Aug. 16, 1798. Levy Jackson and Ann Braywill. 

Aug. 22, 1798. James Carline and Margaret Croutch. 

Aug. 27, 1798. Robert Reeves and Mrs. Ann Blanchard. 

Sept. 10, 1798. Eutrope Berauld and Bernardinc Beon. 

Oct. 3, 1793. John Rourk and Mrs. Mary Ritter. 

Oct. 9, 1798. Ephraim Kempton and Mrs. Eliza Carter. 

Oct. 19, 1798. Flamstead Wake and Mrs. Manning. 

Nov. 10, 1798. William Jones and Nancy Barret. 

Nov. 20, 179S. John Davis and Mrs. Alice Campbell. 

Nov. 21, 1798. Michael Miler and Anne Abbot. 

Nov. 24, 1798. Francis Marie PegCOfl and Mrs. Euphrosine 

Sumoravul Monier. 

Dec. 6, 179S. Captain Charles Mahon and Maria Lownds. 

Dec. 19,1798. Benjamin Blundell and Ann Gor 

Dec. 22, 1798. James Kilgrow and Sally Stcck'.ey. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 107 

Jan. 5. 1799. Ebenezer Moulton and Mrs. Mary Mc- 
Grath. 

Jesse Lambert and Sally Newton. 

Robert Ellitt and Elizabeth Sly. 

Daniel Black and Mrs. Anne Harris n. 

Egbert Everts and Elizabeth McGarvey. 

William Campbell and Ann S. Dudley. 

James. Tnrnbull and Ann Armstrong. 

William Lake and Mrs. Ann E. Crawley. 

Fredericke Hennicke and Mrs. Amey 
Campbell. 

James Frazier and Rose Parker. 

Wm. Joseph Allaidge and Mrs. Dorothy 
Reynolds. 

Joseph Smith and Mrs. Maxey Kelly. 

Peter Daley and Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. 

John Wilson and Mrs. Mary Brown. 

Richard Harris and Mrs. Margaret Jenkins. 

Daniel Tracey and Fanny Butt. 
May 27, 1799. George Patton and Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd. 
May 2S, 1799. William Rev and Peggy Dolby. 
June 1, 1799. Spence Grayson and Betsy Bowler. 

Lothrop Chase and Mrs. Elizabeth Warren. 

William Presson and Mary Pear. 

Benj. Brown and Mrs. Su>annah Langford. 

John Davidson and Mr<. Fanny Rcid. 

Peter Eddy and Sarah Crues. 

William Chambres and Peggy Byrne. 

John Ventus and Mary Fuller. 

Martin Fisk and Elizabeth Gilbert. 

William HaughtOU and Mr-. Aphia Wal- 
lace. 

Daniel Stone and Jane Vanghan. 

Nathaniel Brown and Fanny Short. 

John Tofel and Nancy Willi:'.:: 
Auj. 2<), I ~< ,•). Richard Fryer and Ann Darner :i 

Sept. 28, 1799. Vallentine Dun and Chloe Doner. 



Jan. 


5» 


1799- 


Feb. 


7, 


1799- 


Mar. 


13. 


i/99- 


Mar. 


18. 


1799. 


Mar. 


26, 


1799- 


Apr. 


11, 


1799- 


Apr. 


27, 


1799. 


Apr. 


27, 


1799. 


May 


2, 


x 799- 


May 


10, 


1799- 


May 


11, 


1799- 


May 


15. 


1799- 


May 


21, 


1799- 


May 


22, 


1799- 


May 


22, 


1799- 



June 


3. 


1799- 


June 


8, 


1799- 


June 


11, 


1799- 


June 


2$. 


1799- 


July 


18, 


1799- 


July 


19. 


1799- 


July 


27, 


1799- 


July 


30. 


1799- 


Aug. 


8, 


1799. 


Aug. 


14. 


1799- 


Aug. 


20. 


17^9- 


Aug. 


28, 


1799- 



io8 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



23, 1799 

4. 1/99- 

7. i/99- 
16, 1799. 

19, 1799. 
23.I799- 



Oct. 23, 1799. 

Oct. 31, 1799. 

Nov. 10, 1799 

Nov. 14, 1799 

Nov. 16, 1799 

Nov. 16, 1799 

Dec. 10, 1799 

Dec. 10, 1799 

Dec. 11, 1799 



Cuddy Dun and Peggy JollifFc. 
Henry Durant and Mary Saunders. 
Joseph Archer and Tabitha Join 

Alexander Wilson and Mary Cunningham. 

William Moseley and Martha Whitehurst. 

John Boldcry and Mrs. Elizabeth Richer- 
son. 

Jesse Xewcomb and Margaret Willoughby. 

William Cammack and Catherine Ilutch- 
ings. 

Alexander Whitehead and Nancy Moseley. 

Edward W. Hussan and Hester Chesrue. 

John Dejust and Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. 

Joseph Eishcr and Mrs. Anne Couch. 

Erancis Smith and Ann Mar-den. 

Henry Jackson and Betsy Jackson. 

Joseph Sawyer and Sarah Wilder. 



FAMILY HISTORY 



FITZHUGH OF FAUQUIER COUNTY. 
(Contd. from Vol. VI., page 299) 

Will of William Fitzhugh of Fauquier County, dated 7 
February, 1 S 1 3 ; probated 29 April, 1817. Son William 
Fitzhugh to whom he confirm.- a deed of gift, etc. To 
daughter Ann II. Thornton ; to son Battaille Fitzhugh 
in trust for my daughter Elizabeth Gordon, lands pur- 
chased of John Gordon formerly the property of John 
Hawkins, deceased. To BOD Edward D. i '1, to 

whom is confirmed a deed of gift; to daughter Sarah 
Edmonds, confirmation of former deed of gift, and to 
whom is left, chariot, slaves and horses. To sons Cole 
Fitzhugh, Dudley Fitzhugh, Battaille Fitzhugh and 
Thomas L. Fitzhugh, land.- to be equally divided; son 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS IO g 

Thomas L. Fitzhugh to have dwelling house, residue 
of estate to children, Dudley, Culc. Battaille; Thomas 

Llldwell and Mary Catlett. Executors: Brother 
Thomas Fitzhugh, sons Thomas L. Fitzhugh and Bat- 
taille Fitzhogh and nephew Henry Fitzhngh, son of 
George Fitzhngh. (Book 6, page 234.) 
Will of George Fitzhngh of Fauquier County; dated 7 
April, 1818; probated 29 April, 1823. To son Henry 
Fitzhugh the tract of land I live on about 1100 or 1200 
acres, also tract of land my said son lives on. which I 
'purchased of the representatives of Colonel Martin 
Pickett; also 200 acres of a tract purchased of Mrs. 
Washington; also negroes and farming implements. 
To son George Fitzhugh, tract of land in Culpepper 
purchased of John T. Slaughter, also residue of tract 
of land which I bought of Mrs. Washington. 1000 
pounds Virginia currency in trust for my daughter 
Ann Baylor. Confirms to Thomas Horton slaves 
formerly given him in full of the share of his late 
wife. Mentions legacy left mv daughter Mary. Men- 
tions brother Thomas Fitzhugh. Executors: sons 
Henry and George Fitzhugh. (Book S, page 314.) 

Will of Battaille Fitzhugh of Fauquier County ; dated 20 
May, 1833 ; probated 29 May, 1833. To brother Thomas 
Ludwell Fitzhugh all the estate except certain slaves 
which he leaves to his relative Henry Fitzhugh in 
trust for his relative Thomas L. Fitzhugh ; to sister 
Sarah B. Edmonds, a negro. Executor: brother 
Thomas Ludwell Fitzhugh. (Book 13, page 73.) 

Appraisement and inventory of the estate of George W. 
Fitzhngh, deed.; recorded 28 May. 1838; John Fitz- 
hugh, administrator. (Book I J, page 390.) 

Will of Sarah E. Fithugh of Fauquier County; dated 21 
August, 1837; probated 23 ( vt I er, 1837. To husband 
Thomas L. Fitzhugh. whole ol the e-tate. (Book 15. 
page 412.) 



IIO VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Appraisement of the estate of William D. Fitzhugh, deed, 
recorded 24 September, 1838. Estate to be allotted the 
infant children of Dr. William D. Fitzhugh of Fauquier, 

viz.: Francis T. Fitzhugh, William T. Fit/: 
Thomas L. T. Fitzhugh and George W. T. Fitzhugh. 
(Book 16, page 94.) 

Division of the estate of William D. Fitzhugh, deed. One- 
third to his widow Martha S. Fitzhugh, the residue to 
be divided into five parts and one-fifth allotted to 
Frances T. Fitzhugh, William T. Fitzhugh. Thomas 
Lafayette Fitzhugh and George W. T. Fitzhugh. Dud- 
ley Fitzhugh, guardian ad litem. 30 November, 1839. 

(Editor's note). — One of the children of William D. Fitz- 
hugh is spelled Frances in the second entry. 

Will of Thomas Fitzhugh of Fauquier County; dated 29 
March, 1S42; probated 1 December, 1843. To Henry 
Fitzhugh, Thomas T. Withers and Berkeley Ward cer- 
tain slaves in trust, and that they may have as much 
liberty as the law allows, etc. Leaver $3,000 to be put 
out at interest which he gives to be divided am 
certain slaves. Mentions nephews Henry Fitzhugh 
and Berkeley Ward. Executors: Henry Fitzhugh, 
Thomas T. Withers and Berkeley Ward. (Book 18, 
page 251.) 

Appraisement of property of Thomas Fitzhugh of Fauquier 
of property in Culpepper County. (Book 18, ;n) 

Estate of William T. Fitzhugh in ac with B. H. Shackel- 
ford, his administrator. Recorded 28 April, [845. 
(Book 19. page 321.) 

Will o\ Dudley Fitzhugh of Fauquier County; dated 27 
May, 183S; probated 29 March, 1848. To wife Lucy 
Brooke "Fitzhugh whole of the estate, and she to be 
executrix. (Book 21. page 103.) 

Will of Giles Fitzhugh of Fauquier County; dated 9 April, 
1852; probated 2S February, 1853. A!! hia slaw 

be freed; real of the estate to n: rriett Ward, 

daughter of my deceased brother Richard. Xo execu- 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



ii I 



tor named. Berkeley Ward administrator of the will 

annexed. (Book 24, page 303.) 



NOTES FROM THE ALBEMARLE RECORDS. 

Will of Abraham Children, County of Albemarle, dated 2S 
November, 1763; probated 11 April, 1764. To my son 
William Cannon Childres all the goods that he took 
from me when he ran away from me, I also give him 
one shilling and no more. To my son Abraham Child- 
res ; to my daughter Joriah Taylor; to my daughter 
Tabitha Dawson; to my daughter Lucretia Tucker; to 
my daughter Elizabeth Thomas ; to my daughter Mary 
Ann Carter; to my wife Lucy Childres, 200 acres of 
land; to my son Creed Childres, the land where I now 
live; to my grandson, David Pryor. John Nicholas 
and son Creed Childres to be executors Witnc ■ 
William Henry, Thomas Tilman, Charle^ Card. 

Will of John Childres, County ui Albemarle; dated 2 Octo- 
ber, 1800; probated 1 December, 1800. My son Joseph 
Childres and his two sons John and William Childi 
my son-in-law John Ward and my daughter Judith 
Ward, land in Kenawha County, and after their deaths 
it is to go to my grandsons Joseph Ward and Scth 
Ward ; my daughter Prudence Thomas ; my son-in-law 
William Ball; mentions John War.'.. Senior. Friends 
Joseph Ward. William Howard and Samuel Skelton 
to be executor-. Witnesses: William Irwin, William 
Bowman, Stir., Scth Wilkinson. 

Will of Peter Lyon, Senior, County of Albemarle. Parish of 
St. Anns dated \ September, 17^0; probated 11 Octo- 
ber, 1764. My wife Margaret Lyon; my son : 
Lyon; my son Nicholas Lyon; my daughter Elizal 
Bealy, wife of John Bealey. Executors: Peter i 
Nicholas Lyon and G< lane. Witnesses: 

ander Plane. Hannah Plane. Geoi n«l. 



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Will of Samuel Jameson. County of Albemarle ; 2 June, 
1787; probated September Court, [788. To my wife 

Jane Jameson ; my sun Alexander; my BOH Th-.mas : my 
son John; my youngest son Samuel and his BOO Wil- 
liam; to my granddaughter Mary Jameson; to Hannah 
Jameson, Jane Jameson and Elizabeth Jameson, daugh- 
ters of Samuel Jameson and Jane McCord, daughter of 
Alexander Jameson. Executors: sons Alexander and 
Samuel Jameson and Robert McCollock. Witnesses: 
William Xorris, John Craig, David Crui^;. 

Will of Elizabeth Ward of Albemarle County, 15 May, 
1792; probated February Court, 1793. My four sons 
Henry Harrison, Richard, John and Benjamin Ward; 
that Henry Austin, Snr., take my four sons and keep 
them until they severally arrive at the age of 18 years, 
said Austin shall be my executor. Witnesses: Edward 
Frincisville, George Bingham, John Wood and Eliza- 
beth Sims. 

Will of Thomas Moorman, Parish of St. Anns, County of 
Albemarle, 7 April, 1787; probated 13 September, I 
A tract of land in Louisa County to be sold by my ex- 
ecutors which with land in Albemarle is to go to my 
wife; my son Robert Moorman to be sent to school 
until he is 16 years of age; if the child my wife now 
goes with be a son, then my estate to be divided be- 
tween him and my son Robert, and if a daughter, 
to have an equal part of my negroes at the death oi my 
wife; my brother Robert and my brother Charles. 
Executors: my friends Robert Moorman and William 
Wash. Witnesses: John Eades, Samuel Wood, Lau- 
rence Mansfield, Zach. Wood. 

10 November, 1748. Deed from John Glover of Albemarle 
to Biyan Dolen of same place, 400 acres in sd. county. 
Samuel Glover a witness. 

7 June, 1749. Deed from Samuel Glover oi Albemarle to 
Samuel Baker oi Amelia, tract of land in Albemarle 
patented by sd. Glover 20 August, 1747. 



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12 Feb., 1750. Deed from Samuel Glover of Albemarle to 
James Spencer of sd. county, 300 acrc< in sd. county. 

21 November, [768. Deed from Christopher Harris to 
Thomas Grubbs, both of Albemarle, I tract of land in 
sd. county. 

II November, 1751. Deed from Abraham Childress to Wil- 
liam Bugg, both of Albemarle, one parcel of land in sd. 
county. 

6 November, 1 75 1 . Deed from John Childrey, planter of 
Albemarle, to Francis Childrey of same place of one 
parcel of land. 

18 March, 1752. Deed from Robert Tompson of County of 
Cumberland to William Childress of Albemarle. 250 
acres in latter place. 

10 September. 1772. Deed from Nicholas Lyons and 
Martha, his wife, of Parish of St. Anns. Albemarle, to 
John Thurmond of same place, 1 tract of land in county 
afsd. 

10 May, 1759. Deed from Abraham Venable of County of 

Louisa to Elizabeth Morton, daughter of said Venable 
and wife of Josiah Morton of Parish of Cumberland, 
County of Lunenberg, I tract of land in Albemarle. 

11 May, 1759. Deed from Bolin Clark of Bedford County 

to Charles Moorman of Louisa County, 400 acres in 

Albemarle. 
14 June, 1764. Deed from Thomas Mooreman and Rachel 

his wife, of Trinity Parish, Louisa County to Robert 

Clark of Albemarle, one tract of land in latter place. 
18 July, 1767. Deed from Charles Moorman of L- 

County to Henry Wood of Albemarle, 100 acres of 

land in latter county. 
8 December, 17S1. Deed from Patrick Morton of Albemarle 

to George Gilmore of said place, 397 acres in said 

county. 
11 September, 1783. Deed from Achilles M« oreman of 

Bedford County to George Gilmer of Albemarle. 400 

acres in latter county. 



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14 April, 1785. Deed from John Mansfield and Sarah, his 

wife, of Albemarle, to Samuel Mansfield, 100 acre- m 

said county. 
2"] October, 1784. Deed from Thomas Moreman to Abra- 
ham Eads, both of Albemarle, 150 acres in said county. 
10 January, 1788. Deed from Elizabeth Moorcman to 

George Gilmer, both of Albemarle, one tract oi land in 

sd. county. 
28 December, 1789. Deed from Robert Moorman and Sally, 

his wife, to John Scott, all of Albemarle, one parcel of 

land in sd. county. 
27 November. 1792. P. of attorney from Robert Moorman 

of Albemarle, being about to remove to South Carolina, 

to his friends John Hudson and William Roper. 
14 March, 1793. Deed from Samuel Mansfield and Martha, 

his wife, to Robert Mansfield, all of Albemarle, 65 acres 

in said county. 
9 March, 1770. Deed from Joseph Poindexter of Augusta 

latter county. 
14 April, 1789. Deed from Lovil Poindexter of Albemarle 

of all goods and chattels to James Epperson and K w- 

land Horsley. 
Marriage bond of Micajah Clark to Sarah Henderson, with 

consent of John Henderson to his daughter's marriage, 

15 January, 1789. 
Marriage bond dated 12 November, 1701. of John Clark, 

Jnr., to Susannah Henderson, spinster. 
Will of Thomas Anderson of Albemarle County; dale I 35 

October, 17 vJ; probated 9 March, 1758. To son Cb 

400 acres of land; son Gideon 300 acres, a part of the 

home plantation, remainder to be equally divided be- 
tween my four youngest children, William. David, 
Micajah and Judah Anderson; to William Cornwell; 

my daughter Ann Allen ; my daughter Frances 
to my children Thomas Anderson, James Andei 
Susannah Williams, Elizabeth \\ n and A 

Peak, one shilling each. Executors ns Chai . Gid- 



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eon and William Anderson. Witnesses: John Gamma- 
way, Jnr., John Gaatyhaway, Snr., Roger Williai 
* Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Micajah Clark, 
Jnr. Appraisers: Micajah Clark, Henry Mullins and 
Richard Harvie. Amount: 382 pounds iS shillings and 

8 pence. Dated 10 May, 1774. 
* Appraisement of the estate of Benjamin Clark, deed., 9 Nov. 

1776; recorded November Court, 1776. 
* Lay off of dower of widow of Micajah Clark, deed., 7 April, 
1788; recorded 11 April, 17SS. 
Will of David Anderson of Albemarle County. 3 October, 
1789; probated September Court, 1791. Sons William, 
Nathaniel and David. 300 acres in Hanover County; 
son Richard ; to granddaughters Mary Johnson Ander- 
son and Elizabeth Anderson, four slaves and increase 
which my youngest son Matthew Anderson, their 
father, has after his death; daughter Ann Minor and 
to her son Thomas, 4 slaves after the death of his 
mother; grandson Jack Anderson, son of Thomas An- 
derson, 465 acres in Hanover County; my daughter 
Sarah Hudson; son Edmund Anderson, land in Hano- 
ver whereon I formerly lived; son Samuel Anderson; 
grandson Anderson Barret; daughters Ann Minor and 
Sarah Hudson and their children; my wife Elizabeth 
and my sons David and Samuel to be exors. Codicil, 

9 July, 1791. Mentions daughter Sarah Hudson and 
her husband Christopher Hudson and their children. 

Allotment to Edmund Anderson and his wife Jane of cer- 
tain negroes, being 1-3 part of the estate of William 
Lewis, deed. Recorded December, 1785. 
• Inventory of the estate of William Clark, dv^A. Recorded 
2 Feb., 1801. 

Will of Elizabeth Anderson, St. Ann- Parish, Albemarle, 
1 October, 1804; probated 2$ November, [804. Sons 
Edmund and Nathaniel Anderson; grandson A 
Barrett; grandson Samuel, son ol my 
dcrson ; grandson William, son of my son David; 



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granddaughter Polly Anderson, daughter of my son 

Thomas; my two daughters Ann Minor and 

Hudson; granddaughter Ann Hudson. Executors: son 

Nathaniel Anderson and Christopher Hudson, both of 
Albemarle, and grandson Anderson Barrett of Rich- 
mond. Witnesses: Absolom McQucrry, William Bar- 
den. 

Will of William Clark, Albemarle County, 21 December, 
1805; probated 7 April, 1806. Friend Jacob Oglesby 
and his daughter Elizabeth Oglesby to have the whole 
estate, and said Jacob Oglesby to be exor. Wttne 
John Gambell, Jas. Huckstipp, James Clark, Benjamin 
Defoe. 

Will oi Nathaniel Anderson of Asylum, Albemarle County, 
29 April, 181 1 ; probated 7 December, 1812. My son 
Nathaniel ; my deceased brother Thomas Anderson ; 
daughter Polly Mosby ; daughter of my son William 
Anderson ; mentions William Anderson's grandfather 
Carr's estate ; daughter-in-law Elizabeth Lawrence ; my 
wife Sarah ; sons Nathaniel and William Anderson and 
Samuel Mosby and Christopher Hudson to be e: 
Witnesses: Samuel Dyer, William H. Dyer, Celia Dyer, 
t Whereas Jonathan Clark and others did patent on 25 May 
1734 3277 acres in Goochland, now Albermarle County, 
and the said Jonathan Clark did depart this life and no 
legal division of the said land having been made HI 
his last will and testament, his part of the said land is 
now in possession of John and Benjamin Clark his sons, 
of Drysdalc parish, King an 1 Queen County. 

Conveyance from John Gark of Albemarle County to !• 

min Clark of sd. county of part oi the land left them 
by their father Jonathan Gark. ed, of King and 

Queen, by will dated 9 April 1734. Recorded in Albe- 
marle 13 August 1752. 

Conveyance date 176 — from John Clark and Ann 

his wife of the county of to William Tan 

Albemarle of 410 acres in latter COtinty, part of a 



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tract taken up by Jonathan Clark and other.-. Recorded 
ii November! 1763. 

Conveyance from John Clark and Mary his wife of Albe- 
marle County to Josiah Wood of same place, 200 acres 
in said county. Recorded May Court, 1769. 

Conveyance 23 December, 1748, between Edwin Hickman 
of St. Anns parish, Albemarle, and Thomas Graves of 
St. George's parish, in Spottsylvania County, and John 
and Benjamin Clark of Drysdalc parish, King and 
Queen County, recites that by a patent of May 25, 1734, 
Joseph Smith, Edwin Hickman, Thomas Graves and 
Jonathan Clark did take up 3277 acres of land in Gooch- 
land, now Albemarle, and that said Hickman and 
Graves do now convey to John and Benjamin Gark, 
80934 acres of said land. Recorded March Court, 1748. 

Deed of partition dated 13 August, 1752, between John and 
Benjamin Clark of Albemarle of 809/4 acres in Albe- 
marle. 

Conveyance from Benjamin Clark and Elizabeth his wife 
of Albemarle County of 410 acres to John Ery of sd. 
county. 14 Oct., 1762. 



NOTES FROM PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY 
RECORDS. 

Will of Thomas Simson, carpenter, of Prince William 
County, dated 13 October, 1734, probated 19 February, 
1734-5. My eldest son William Sims :i ; SOD Ba 
Simson; son Thomas Simson; daughter Mary Wood- 
ard ; daughter Ann Sim-on after her mothcr-in-l;i\v'> 
decease; grandchildren Thomas and Ann. children of 
my daughter Mary Woodard; wife Jane Simson | 

executrix. Witnesses. Thomaa Ford, John Robert 

and Mary Evan-. Book C, t6. 






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Will of Martha Lilian!, parish of Truro, Prince William 
County, dated 17 January, 1734, probated 20 February, 
1734. To son Marcellus Littlejohn; to daughter Mary 
Littlcjohn one third oi my estate when she is iS years 
old or marries. To daughter Sarah Lillard one third 
of my estate when she is 18 years old or marries; my 
sister Mary Bosnian; Thomas Bosman to be executor. 
Witnesses John Harguson, Frances CotTers and John 
Hergford. Book C. Page 19. 
^> Will of John Fishback of Licking Run, Prince William 
County, dated 11 March, 1734, probated 19, March, 1734. 
To wife Mary Doarturty and after her death to my son 
John Jacob Fishback; to son Henry Fishback; to 
daughter Catherine Rutter; to daughter Elizabeth 
Fishback; to son Harmon Fishback; to son John 
• ■' ' 1 - Phillip Fishback; to son Joseph Fishback; to - D 

Frederick Fishback; to my cousin Jacob Fishback. 
Executors John Kemper and Harmon Fishback. Wit- 
nesses, George Gint, Jacob Hollzelaw, Joseph Martin 
and John Ruteor. Book C. Page 23. 

Will of Abraham Farrow, parish of Hamilton, Prince Wil- 
liam County, dated 18 March, 1741, probated 27 Feb- 
ruary, 1743. To son Isaac; my wife Sibell Farrow; my 
daughter Lidia ; my son Abram ; my son John; my 
daughter Elizabeth ; my daughter Sibell ; my daughter 
Margaret ; my wife Sibell and brother William Farrow 
to be executors. Witnesses, John Graham. Thomas 
Whitledge and Daniel McClayland. Book C. Pacre 443. 

Bond of Jane Farrow admx. of the goods of John FaiTOW, 
deed. At a Court held for Prince William, 18 July, 
1735, Jane Farrow, Thomas Hai Jnr., and Stephen 

Delisle acknowledged the bond in open court. Book C. 
Page 53. 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of George Farrow, 
deed. 7 September, 1779. Book G. Pa. \ 

Will of John Farrow, Detingcn Pari-h. Prince Wiliiam 
County, dated, 2 October, 17 



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119 



bcr, 1793. Estate to my wife Elizabeth, and after her 
death to be equally divided between my children. Ex- 
ecutors, Isaac Farrow, my wife Elizabeth and William 
Ross. Witnesses, Jessey Bryant and Arm Bryant. 
Book II. Page 90. 

Will of Isaac Farrow of Prince William County, dated 2 
December, 1S03, probated 7 February, 1804. To daugh- 
ter Sibby Reno and her two sons George and Wil- 
liam Reno; son John Farrow and his children; grandson 
[saac Farrow; daughter Mary Jackson and her son John 
Farrow Jackson; granddaughter Nancy Strother ; grand- 
daughter Susannah Potts; granddaughter Sibby Davis; 
granddaughter Elizabeth Carney; my two sons-in-law, 
Samuel Jackson and Enoch Reno to be executors. Wit- 
nesses George W. Jackson and John Coinwell. Book I, 
Page 19. 

Will of Francis Jackson. Prince William county, dated 10 De- 
cember, 1 78 1 ; probaed 7 January, 1782. To grand- 
son Billy Jackson, son and heir to my son Giarles 
Jackson, deed. ; my son Samuel Jackson ; my <on Francis 
Jackson ; my daughter Ann Jackson ; my daughter Janney 
Feilder and her husband William Feilder; my three 
daughters, Susannah, Constant and Elizabeth; to Jane 
Marlow; to daughter Susannah Jackson when she arrives 
at 18 years; to daughter Constant Jack-on when >he ar- 
rives at the same ; to daughter Ann Jackson when she 
arrives at the same; to daughter Elizabeth Jackson when 
she arrives at the same. Executors., son Samuel Jack- 
son and son-in-law William Feilder. Witnesses: John 
TliMin, Thomai Smith and Nathaniel RusselL Book G, 
Page 142 

Inventory of the estate of Richard Grubbs, deed., of Prince 
William- County, 94 pounds, 16 shillii ibcpence. At 

a Court held 4 April, 17S7. Book G, Page j6l 

Indenture this 22 July, [746, between William Farrow, Ann, 

his wife, and [saac Farrow of Dettingeu parish, Prince 

William County, to j ( hn Graham of the same place, land 



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whereon now lives Simon Luttrell and Abraham Farrow, 

containing 400 acre-, being part of the land grant- 

• Captain John Lord and situated on Quantico creek r >n the 

L SOUth side of the plantation whereon Margaret Farrow 

now live-, and then when granted in Westmoreland County, 

but now in Prince William County, conveyed first by 

Thomas Barton of Stafford County to Abraham Farrow, 

father to the said William Farrow, and grandfather to 

said Isaac Farrow, as by deeds, etc. ..dated 5 April. [728. 

Recorded 2S July, 174'). Deed Book I, Pago 133. 

Appraisement of the estate of John Farrow, deed., 8 August, 

Indenture between John Morehead. parish of Hamilton, County 
of Prince William, planter and Mary his wife of the one 
part, and John 1 »g • ;' same place of the other part. 192 
acres of land granted by patent from the Proprietors of 
the Northern Neck, bearing date 10 September, 1742. 

Indenture between John Frogg of parish of Hamilton, County 
of Prince William, gent., to John Morehead, Snr.. of 
aforesaid county, planter oi 180 acres of land. 9 April, 
1746. Deed Book I, Page 97. 



NOTES FROM FAUQUIER COUNTY RECORJ - 

Division of negroes belonging to the estate of Charles Thorn- 
ton, deed., between Thomas Thornton, Jnr., the chil 
of Charlotte Curt l< "... and Lcttice Thornton. Re- 

corded 27 April, 1778 

Conveyance from Reuben Wrigl I I '. Mary, his Wife, of 
quier, and James Tutt Dickerson of Culpeper Count;, 
acres of land in Fauquier for 90 pound> currency. Re- 
corded 2J April. 1778. 

Mortgage of Edward Dicker. I Snr., of Fauquier, to Alex- 
ander Cunningham of Falmouth in King G<. 
in behalf of A. Dreghorn & Company of 
Britain, 



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Robert Ashby, guardian to Martin and Tl m Ashby, 

orphan- of Nimrod Ashby, deed. Recorded June Court, 
1764. ( Order Book.) 

Inventory of the estate of Captain Nimrod Ashby, deed., of 
Fauquier, 29 June, [764, also of estate in Fre ' 
County, and of land in Stafford and King George Counties. 

Will of Robert Ashby of Fauquier, dated 2 June, ij'yo. pro- 
bated 27 Feb., 1792. To son Benjamin Ashby land 
on Shenandoah river, where the said Benjamin now 
resides. Grandson William Ashby, son of Benjamin, 
when he arrives at the age of 21 years, a negro 
girl. To son Enoch Ashby during his life the land 
wherein I now live, and after bis death to my two 
grandsons Robert and Alexander, sons of Enoch: to be 
divided by a branch known by the name of Ann Churchill 
Spring branch, south side to grandson Robert, remainder 
to grandson Alexander. Devises negroes to son Enoch, 
and afterwards to said Enoch's wife Sally, anil then to 
their children. To daughter Ann Farrow, 10 pot 
Grandson Bayles Ashby; granddaughter Molly Fargan- 
son ; daughter Winifred Piper; two grandsons Martin 
and Thomas, sons of Nimrod Ashby. Daughter Molly 
Athel ; to son John Ashby negroes, and he to be exe 
also to him one tract of land in Fauquier, adjoining d 
Asfi and purchased of Martin Ashby, containing 100 
acres. Granddaughter Lucinda Ashby to whom he directs 
son John to give a negro; grandson Benjamin Farr< 

Will of John Ashby of Fauquier, dated 13 January. [8l2, 
probated 2«S August, 1815. Son Samuel Ashby, half of 
tract of land on Horner> Fork of Licking, contain:: 
patent Soo acres al^o whole ; '.and 2(Xi acre 

ing a tract of 500 acre- entered in the name of John Mar- 
shall near the Kentucky River, both these tracts ID 
tucky ; also a lot of land in the Manor o\ I. lich I 

purchased of Daniel Routt; also negl 

Ashby half 1 waters of 1 Ion 

Licking m Kentucky; also I *t of land in Manor oi I 



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purchased of John Adam-, also negroes, ! liter 

Martha Ann Withers a negro and attcr her mother's death, 
60 pounds. To daughter D ". I loan of a 

negroes during her life ami afterwards to her children. To 
daughter Elizabeth Tutt, negroes, and to the three .laugh- 
ters above mentioned a tract of 1000 acres on North 
Fork of Licking in Kentucky to be equally dh 
tween them. To sons Nimrod and William Ashby, ne- 
groes, also a lot of land in Manor of Leeds, adjoining the 
land of Nimrod Farrow. To son Thomson Ashby a lot 
of land in Manor of Leeds known by the name of my 
mountain plantation, also negroes. To son Turner Ashby 
a lot of land on Goose Creek adjoining Thomas Adams 
on the town side, also negroes To sons Turner and Mar- 
shall Ashby after their mother's death the land 1 live on, 
the land I purchased of John Hickman and land pur- 
chased of John Adams. ( Mentions line of land pun:'. 
by Samuel Ashby of George Adams.) To three sons Nim- 
rod, William and Thomson, one-half of 1000 acres on 
North Fork of Licking in Ky., also 1450 acre- on main 
branch of Licking. To beloved wife Mary Ashby, negroes, 
and after her death to son Marshall, also land I live on, 
the land purchased from John Adams and the land pur- 
chased from John Hickman. Wife to be extx.. and SODS 
Samuel and Nimrod executors. 

Will of Samuel Ashby of Fauquier, dated 13 January. 1816, 
probated 26 February, 1816. To wife Martha, all m} es- 
tate during life or widowhood, afterwards to be equally 
divided among our children, viz.: Maria. Henry. T 
Mary, Catherine, Clark^on, Martha and Caroline. The 
land and mill purchased of Mr-. Martha Chunn to be 
sold. Executors, my lovir,. Martha, my DP ' 

Nimrod, Thomson and Turner Ashby and Peter A . - 

Oct. 12, 1815. Settlement of ICCOUIltS o! 

Sarah Ashby in the presence of Willoughb) A 
guardian, appointed County Court oi Shell 

Kentucky. Rec >rdcd in Fauquier, 



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Signed by Nimrod Ashby, Turner Adams, Peter A lams. 
Appraisement of the estate of Major Samuel Ashby in Fau- 

quier. Recorded 23 December, 1816, 

Will of Mary Ashby of Fauquier, dated 24. February, [826; 
probated 23 May, 1826. To son Marshal] $30 and int 

in a negro. To son Ximrod for the use of his son Edwin 
Thomas Ashby, $150. To the children of my daughter, Dolly 

Jones, one-sixth part of my estate after debts are paid. My 
five children, Martha Withers, Nimrod Ashby, William 
Ashby, Elizabeth Tutt and Thomson Ashby the remainder 
of the estate. William Withers, husband oi my daughter 
Martha. The four children of my daughter Martha, viz.: 
Elizabeth, Mary, Samuel and Martha. Son Marshall 
Ashby to be trustee. Executors three sons. Nimrod, Wil- 
liam and Thomson. 

Will of Nimrod Ashby of Fauquier, dated 27 January, 1 
probated 24 March, 1S30. 

Wife Elizabeth T. Ashby all estate during her life or widow- 
hood, then to my ten children, viz.: Rebecca W. Ashby, 
Edwin T. Ashby, Albert A. Ashby, Nimrod T. Ashby, 
Mary Elizabeth Ashby, Ann Amanda Ashby, Jane W. 
Ashby, Samuel T. Ashby, Adeline E. Ashby and John 
Robert Ashby. Executrix wife Elizabeth. 

Will of John Ashby of Eauquier, dated 27 March. 183 1, 
probated 25 April, 1831. All my estate after payment 
of debt> to be divided equally among my six daugh- 
ters, viz. : Eliza Nealc, Mary Turner Ashby, Lucy S. 
Ashby, Su-an Ashby, Belle Ashby and Roberta A 
Son William having received his portion of the estate. 
Wife Mary Ashby. Should I have another heir, then he 
or she to share with the daughter-. Executor John P, 
Phillips. 

Will of John II. A^hby of Eauquier, dated. 1 , April, 

probated 28 June, 1834. Directs -ale of tracts of 
land lying on Crookt in Eauquier cor.. 

to him by ^kal from John Evan, and wife and 
Hannah Phillip- and Andrew Chunn 1 v 



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John T, Chunn; 11 the undivided interest which he 

ha> in the Ian. I belonging to the estate of Samuel Ashby, 
deed., and Martha Ashby, <Ww\. Wife Aleinda all the 
of estate personal or mixed tor her life and . 

death or remarriage to be applied to the education and 
maintenance of my daughter Martha C. Ashby, or of 

child or children as may hereafter be born, if daughter 
lives to the age of 21 years, the estate th.cn to pass to her 
in fee simple, but if she die, then estate to be sold an! 
out of proceeds wife to receive one-third part and bal- 
ance to be divided between brothers and sixers of I 
tator. Mentions sister Mary O. Grantham and brother 
John J. Ashby. Wife to be extx. 

Heirs of Turner Ashby, deed., in a c with Dorothea A 

as guardian. Heirs, Elizabeth T. Ashby, Mary Ashby, 
Richard Ashby, Francis M. Ashby, Dorothea F. Ashby. 
Recorded 23 September, 1837. 

Martha Ashby was allotted division Xo. 4 of the estate of 
Andrew Chunn, deed. Recorded 15 February. 1847. 

Will of Catherine Dickinson of Stafford county, dated 2S Oc- 
tober, 1840, probated in Fauquier 24 May, 1841. To 
daughter Letitia C. Dikinson all my estate and she to be 
extx. 

Will of Ephraim Haw- of Fauquier, date 1 14 August, 1 

probated 27, August. 1S52. To wife Marium Haw- whole 
estate and after her death to be disposed of according to 
her will or pleasure. 

NOTE. Annexed to the will is a letter of Marium I: 

to the Court a.-king for the appointment of her b: 
John M. Lunsford a- administrator with the will an- 
nexed of her deceased husband. Dated 1 
Appraisement oi the estate oi Richard B. Buckner, 

Recorded 26 Ma> , | B3 ,. 
Slaves allotted from the estate of Richa: 

to airs, Louisa H. Buckner, widow of the late Richard 

B. Buckner, now the wife of Thomas B. Turner, 
corded 24 July, 1843. 



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Division of the estate of Richard B. Buckner, Esq., deed 
the widow Louisa H. Buckner, infant children of the 
deed., K. Ariss Buckner, Richard P. Buckner, Ella Buck- 
ner. Recorded 2S January, 1843. 

Estate of Richard B, Buckner, in a c with Louisa H. Buckner, 

adnix. Recorded 2S January, 1S43. 

Marriage bond of Richard Buckner to Judith Edmonds, dated 
27 Feb., 1772. 

Conveyance dated 20 April, 1793. from Aylett Buckner and 
Judith Presley, his wife, of Fauquier, to Martin Pickett 
of same place for 297.15.0. currency 555 -;\ acre- part of 
tract said Buckner now lives on. 

Conveyance from Aylett Buckner of Fauquier to Thomas 
Griffin Thornton of same place for [215.16.3. currency a 
tract of land whereon said Buckner now lives in Fauquier 
containing 694^4 acres. Recorded 13 July, 17 

Conveyance from Aylett Buckner of Fauquier to Thornton 
Buckner of same place for 427.0.0. currency, 213J/2 acres 
part of same tract in Fauquier. Recorded 12 July, 17 

2 December, 1S02. Deed of gift of negroes from Aylett Buck- 
ner to John Y. Taylor. 

6 Oct., 1 83 1. Conveyance from Ariss Buckner and Lucy his 
wife, of Loudoun County, to their son Thomas II. Buck- 
ner, of Fairfax County, of a tract of land in Fan 
which land the said Lucy P.uckner obtained in a divi 
from her father's estate, it being a part of a large tract 
which her father bought of John L aw ->n . all of which 
by reference to the Clerk's ofrke of "Prince William and 
Fauquier it will fully appear. 

1 July, 1836. Ariss 1'uckncr and Lucy hi- wife, oi I 
County, to their >->n, Thomas II Buckner of W 
County, Mississippi. Deed of gift of 303 acres in Fau- 
quier County, which they inherited under the will of the 
late Bernard Hooe, Snr. 

Another deed from Ariss Buckner and Lucy : Lou- 

mi, to their -mi Richard P.. P.uckner of Fauquier, of 



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1444 acres in Fauquier which they inherited under the 
will of the late Bernard Eiooe, Snr. 

4 November, 1847. Lucy Buckner of Loudoun County, 

to Alfred Mo>s of Fairfax as trustee, to secure a loan of 
$2000, made to the said Lucy by Thomas K. Love and 
Francis L. Smith, Commissioners of the Court of Fairfax 
County, as will appear by bond bearing same date with 
this indenture, with S. AllSS Buckner as her security. 
The said Lucy secures the loan by deeding "all that tract 
of land lying in the counties of Fauquier and Prince Wil- 
liam, known as Yant Hill and containing about QOO acre-, 
which was conveyed by Bernard Hooe, Snr., and Mar- 
garet his wife, to Richard B. Buckner by iWcd dated 16 
April. l82I. 

16 April, 182 1. Bernard Hooe, Snr., and Margaret his wife, 
of Prince William County, to their grandson Richard Ber- 
nard Buckner of Fauquier, three tracts of land containing 
920J/2 acres in Prince William and Fauquier, also a tract 
of 121 acres in said counties and inherited by the said 
Bernard Hooe, Snr., from Thomas P. rlooe, Esq., deed., 
as by his will appears. 

24 August, 1784. Francis Triplett of Leeds parish, Fauquier, 
to Aylett Buckner of same place, bill of sale 01 

Will of Flias Edmonds, Leeds parish, Fauquier. • Oc- 

tober, 1782. probated 28 Juuk:. 1784. Legatees, wife 
Elizabeth; children Elias Edmonds, Ann Hubbard, . T 
Buckner and Elizabeth Bruin. Executor, son Elias Ed- 
monds. 

5 Nov.. 1763. Heed from Thomas Hudnall of county of 

Northumberland to Joseph Morehea 

eel of land 123 acres lying in said county of Fauquier, the 

ssnd land having been given to Thomas Hudmll by his 

father William Hudnall by deed of gift August, 17 1 

Will of Reuben Elliott oi Fauquier, dated 39 July, \; 

bated 2j November, 178a To William Cund Wil- 
liam Elliott; son Reuben Elliott; lliott; my 
wife Ruth Elliott; daughters Ann Rol !>cth 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



127 



Elliott, Mildred Elliott, Jemima Elliott. Molly Elliott. 
Executors, wife Ruth and her son William Cunditf alias 
Elliott and John Obanon, 

Inventory of the estate of William Gfllbbs, deed., of Fau- 
quier, 21.5.6., appraised by Ambrose Barnett, Samuel 
Steele and John Cooke. Recorded 24 October, 1774. 

Will of Samuel Grig<hy of Leeds parish, Fauquier, dated 11 
May, 1781, probated 22 October, 17S1. To wife 
Ann, all the e.-tate during her widowhood ; my chil- 
dren and the child she now goes with. Executors Henry 
Peyton, William Grigsby, James Grigsby. 

Inventory of the estate of Captain William Grigsby, deed. 
30 May. 17S2. 

Will of John l Morehead of Fauquier, dated 22 June. 17 3, 
probated 24 October, 1768. Daughter Hannah John- 
son; son Charles Morehead ; son Joseph Morhead ; son 
John Morehead ; son Alexander Morehead ; son William 
Morehead; daughter Mary Lawrence; daughter Elizabeth 
Brixtraw ; son Samuel Morehead. The land I live on 
after my wife's decease to be equally divided between my 
three sons Alexander, William and Presley Morehead. 
Executors, my three sons Charles, Alexander and Wil- 
liam Morehead. 

Inventory of the estate of John 'Morehead, (\cc^\., 392.12 
Recorded 2S November, 1768. 

Wi!l of James Reynolds of Fauquier, dated 22 Feb., 177' . 
probated 25 March, 1776. All of my estate to my wife 
Margaret Rem 

Will of John Grig-by of Fauquier, dated 2Q December, i7 vx . 
probated 22 June. 1 7 S > y . My daughter, Fanny Routt and 
her husband Richard Routt; my granddaughter 

Routt; daughter Winifred; daughter Eddy; ion U 

son Bay lis; son Nathaniel. Executor^, son Lewis and 

Richard Routt. 
Will of William Hamilton of Fauquier, date I 17 VttgUSt, i~ N : 

probated 93 June. 1788. To my brother lie;:. Han 
all my estate and after his death x^ hi- children; v> 



i 2 8 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

liam Marker and his wife; to my sister Rebecca Thrift and 
Ikt son Hamilton Thrift; to William Waddel; to Thomas 
Skinker; to Thomas Keith and John Ridley. Executors, 

Thomas Keith and [sham Keith. 

Will of Charles Morehead, parish of Leeds, Fauquier, d 

19 January, 17S3. probated 30 September, 1783. Son 
Turner Morehead 127 acres whereon he now resi 

daughter Mary Ransdell; son Charles 127 acres of land 
purchased from Joseph Iludnall; daughter Kerenha- 
Morehead; sons Armistead, James and Presley More- 
head, 300 acres to be equally divided; daughter Eliz. 
Morehead; my beloved wife Mary Morehead; to Ann 
Butler for extraordinary service-. Exors., wife Mary, 
Charles Chilton and my sons, Turner and Charles. Wit- 
nesses: George Carter, William Morehead. Richard Fisher 
and John Cooke. 

Inventory of the estate of Captain Charle- Morehead, value 
491. 10.3. Taken 26 June, 1784. 

Will of Catesby Woodford of Fauquier, dated S September, 
1 79 1, probated 24 September, 1792. Estate to wife 
Mary, and after her death to my children ; my son 
Mark Woodford when of age." Excrs., George ; 
ner, Jnr., John Woodford, William Woodford, William 
Fitzhugh and Thomas I.uckner. 

Will of Samuel Morehead of Fauquier, dated 16 December, 
1796; probated 26 December, [796, and further certified 
2y Jan., 1707. r Sarah Jinnirtgs ; grar. I 

lor Jinnings; daughter Lydia Morehead; daughter Mary 
Morehead ; daughter Elizabeth Morehead ; daughl 1 
Morehead; son Charles Morehead; son Samuel B. More- 
head; if any of my last six children die before they come 
of age or marry, the negroes entitled to them shall fall 
to the support oi their mother; my wife Wilmauth More- 
head to be extx. and Thomas Helm and Char'.. 

head exors, Witnesses: Thomas Hutmiston, Isaac 
tace, Alex. Morehead. Fohn M 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 129 

Inventory of the estate of Samuel Morchead taken 5 April, 
1797, value 795.13.2. 

Will of John Mathews of Fauquier, schoolmaster. Date 

February, 1793, probated 23 July, 1793. To Mary 
daughter of Josiah Fishback and Ann his wife, a 
tract of land lying in county of Lincoln, State oi Ken- 
tucky; to William, son of Col. John Blackwell of Fau- 
quier; to Sarah Dattaille Fitzhugh and Dudley Fitzhugh, 
children of William Fitzhugh of Prospect Hill, Fauqi 
to Mary Fitzhugh, daughter of George Fitzhugh of Tur- 
key Run in same County. Exors., Capt. John Blackwell, 
William Fitzhugh, George Fitzhugh. 

Will of Jeremiah Moxley of Fauquier, dated 9 October, 1803, 
probated 27 February, 1804. To daughter Sibella Mox- 
ley the negroes left by her grandfather M orris 1 will ; my 
daughter Hannah; my wife Hannah; my sons James 
Solomon when they come oi age. Excr. friend Sanders 
Morris. 

Power of atty. from James Edmondson of county of Essex 
to Alexander Farrow of Fauquier, dated 13 February, 
1764. Witnesses: Thomas Elliott, William Farrow, Ann 
Farrow. 

Power of atty. from Alexander Farrow, parish of Hamilton, 
to George Bennett 1 April, 1766. 

Conveyance 30 October. 1762, from Thomas Grubbs of Fau- 
quier to Bennett Price, of one white In 

Conveyance 23 August, 1764, from Thomas Grubbs, of Fau- 
quier to Bennett Trice, of one bay horse, 

Indenture between Col. Richard Henry Lee. county of W 
morcland and Thomas Grubbs oi Fauquier, Lease oi farm 
in latter county to said Grubbs during his life and the 
life of hl9 wife Sarah, and of his >on Darius Grubb-. 9 
April, I764. 

Indenture made this 22 March. 1764, between John Mon 
of Fauquier and his KMI John M I, land where 

John, Snr., HOW lives containing 12 acit 



130 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Indenture made this 22 I October, 1766, between Joseph More- 

head of county of Halifax, and eth, his wife, and 

Edward West of King George County, of a parcel of land 
lying in Fauquier of 150 acres given said Joseph Morehcad, 
by his father, John Morehead. by deed of gift 26 Nov., 
1753, which said John Morehcad bought oi Henry C 
June 172^. Witnesses: Joseph Blackwell, Charles More- 
hcad, Lettice Chilton. 

Conveyance 2S July, 1704. from William Thornton and Eliza- 
beth his wife, parish of Hanover, King George County, 
and Charles Morehead, parish of Ilamlton, Fauquier, 14S 
acres in later place. 

Conveyance made 22 July, 1765. between Benjamin Tyler of 
Prince William Count}- and Mar}- his wife, widow and 
relict of George Foote. late of Fauquier, and Cuthbert 
Bullitt of said county of Prince William and as said Mary 
before her marriage with Benjamin Tyler was poss< 
under the last will and testament of her said husband 
George Foote. deed., of a dwelling, plantation, etc.. and a 
pre-nuptial agreement between said Benjamin Tyler and 
Mary Foote dated 12 April, 1764, grants quit claim, 
etc., to all title, etc.. etc. 

Conveyance between Fear-on Chapman of Charle- County, 
Province of Maryland and Samuel Grigsby of Fauquier, 
lease of plantation next to where John Grigsby now 
dwells, to Samuel Grigsby and hi- -on Aaron Grigsby and 
his daughter Susannah Grigsby. Recordc arch, 

1770. 

Conveyance between Pearson Chapman of Charles Co 
Province of Maryland and Samuel Grigsby of Far. 
lea>e of plantation next when LUel now Uvi 

said Samuel, h Vnne and Taliaferro Grig>by his 

son, 25 March. 1770. 

Conveyance 21 December, 1769, between Richard Grub' 

Prince William County and . ' hlfl wife, and J 

Stuart of Fauquier, 80 mated in latter county 

patented by -aid Richard Grubbs, 13 July. 17.7 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 131 

Conveyance from John Morcheaci, Snr., after his decease and 
that of his wife, a negro girl to hi? son Samuel More- 
head. 8 August] ij< & 

Conveyance between John Anderson and Elizabeth, his wife, of 
Fauquier, to Joseph Jeffries tract of land in said county. 
28 Oct., 1772. 

Conveyance between Joseph Morehcad of Halifax County, to 
Charles and John Morehcad of Fauquier of one negro. 
25 May, 1773. 

Inventory of the estate of William Morehead, deed., 128.14.0. 
Dated 22 June, 18 12. 

Conveyance between Presley Morehead of Fauquier, planter, 
and Betsey his wife, and Alexander Morehead of same 
piace, and Lydia his wife, and Mary Morehead, widow, 
and John Morehead, (\qo.\., of the one part and James 
Lewis of said county, farmer, of the second part, a par- 
cel of land in Fauquier, purchased by the late John More- 
head, 27 January, 1755. Recorded 23 November, 1778. 

Will of John Morehead, Snr., of Fauquier. Dated 14 June, 
1819, probated 22 January, 1821. Sons John, George, 
Armistead, William, Charles and Jame- ; daughters Sarah 
Sinkler, Retsey Triplett, Susannah Triplett, Nancy More- 
head, Lucy Morehead. Excrs., son George and Matthew 
Kealc. 

Will of Prc-ley Morehead o\ Fauquier. Dated 2 March, 1 S 1 5 , 
probated 27 March, 1820. To Mary Ann Rixey, daugh- 
ter of Samuel Rixey and Fanny, his wife; to Pre>ley and 
Richard Lewis Rixey, their sons; my sons Presley and 
Lewis Morehead; Frances Ann Rixey. daughter of Rich- 
ard and Mary Rixey; Elizabeth, daughter of V» 

.-— and Catherine Smith, and LycurgUS, -on of said Walter 
A. Smith. 



1- III 

^Jtrginia Count? l\ccorb£> 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE 



VOL. VII 



SEPTEMBER 19x0 



No. 3 



INDEX TO LAND GRANTS 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 

Book No. i e. 

Page Name Date 

88 Robert Mumford and Rich'd Anderson. . .1722 

Book No. 12. 
506 Chas. Kimball , 

506 Geo. Tillman 

507 Peter Michel, Sr 

507 John and liaxtcr Davis 

50S Jeremiah Mice 

508 Win. Wall 

508 Win. Tucker 

509 Gabriel I Iarri^on 

509 Hon. Xathl. Harrison 

510 John Simmons, Jr 

510 Capt. John Simmons 

510 Geo. Brigg 

5 1 1 Geo. Walton 

51 1 Same 

512 .Same 

512 John Rose 

513 Robert Clark 

513 Thos. Powell 

513 John Par>on< 

514 Joseph Shearing 

514 Juhn Harwell 

514 Geo. Tillman 



7* 

;-■■> 
726 
7* 

7* 
7 26 

7* 
7* 
7* 
7* 

7* 

;--■■ 

,--■■• 
7*6 

:■■■ 
:■■ 
7-" 
:-■■ 

r-"> 



Xo. 
28ll 

280 

l>t>8 

3O0 

'So 

So 

180 

IOO 
204 
794 
46S 
J6S 
3i8 
190 
300 
100 
'-'5 

3*> 



136 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REO >RDS 



5>5 

515 
516 

516 

51* 

5i7 
5i7 
5i8 
5"8 
5i8 
5*9 
5i9 
520 
520 
520 
521 

5 21 
522 

522 
522 
523 
524 
525 
525 
525 
526 
526 
526 
527 
527 
52* 
528 
528 
5 2 9 
529 
530 
530 



John Davis, the W'elchman 
Th< is. Avcnt 

Haul. Mix 

VVm. Willi ams 

Win. Ledbetter 

Win. Blunt 

Henry Davis 

John Nance 

Ralph Jack-on 

Rich'd Moore 

Geo. W'yche 

Thos. Jackson 

i Same 

Ralph Jack-on 

/John Jackson 

Jas. Wychc 

vGeo. W'yche 

John Scott, Jr 

Henry W'yche 

John Bradford 

John Scott. Jr 

W'm. Macklin 

Matt Jones 

Thos. Hnccahy 

Jas. Loften 

Henry Cooke 

John W'ray 

Howcl Brigg> 

Anthony Crocker 

John Lynch 

Henry Peebles 

Isaac House 

Rich'd Vaughan 

Robert Crawley 

Rich'd ( ookc 

II v. Kmhry 

Same 



;-- 
/--•'■ 
;-•" 
7-"- 
7-"> 

7* 

726 

7* 
7* 

1* 
726 

726 

7* 

7* 

7* 

7* 
726 

726 

7* 

7* 

7 2G 
?2 6 

7* 
7a6 
7*6 

7* 
7* 
7* 
7* 
7* 

7* 

7* 
7* 
7* 



130 
137 

92 > 

100 
14a 

540 
150 
195 

230 

125 

150 
100 

130 
220 
920 

*3S 

150 

200 

135 
3»5 

500 

34a 

I.u 



«r 



VIRGINIA COl N'TY REO >RDS 



137 



530 John Vincent r 190 

531 Jolm Williams 1726 jf 1 

531 |»>hn Cook 1726 a66 

531 W'm. Jones, Sr 1720 147 

532 Roger Tillman i;jf) 308 

532 Ralph Jackson 1726 200 

533 ( ieorge 1 )earden 1726 300 

533 W'm. Shands 1726 320 

533 John Smith 1726 200 

534 Sam! 11 arrow ell, Jr 1720 226 

534 Joseph Staplcton 1726 130 

534 Joseph Massie 1726 125 

535 W'm. Parrum, Sr 1726 145 

535 John VVinfield 1726 200 

536 Roger Smith 1726 140 

Book No. 13. 

38 Peter Jones, Jr 1726 974 

V 4/ Thos. Sisson 1726 536 

48 John Wall 1726 970 

54 Richard Blunt 172'' ^-?5 

55 John Carroll 1726 140 

55 W'm. Cook, Jr 1726 310 

56 Hv. Cook 1726 310 

58 W'm. Cent 1726 

59 Geo. llix 1726 429 

60 Robert llix, Jr 1726 195 

61 John King ... . , 172^ 177 

60 Geo. Mix \jj^ 

r»i Rich'd Ledbetter 172 i 

62 Th<>^. Loyd 1; 20; 

62 John Linch 1; 

(>1 Henry Lcttbetta 1, 

63 Thos. Loyd 1736 

64 W'm. Letbetter 1; M° 

65 Robert Morgan 1726 

66 Joseph Massey ..1726 2C0 



US 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



68 

68 

69 



1 1 

12 
12 
13 
*3 

14 

■4 

l 5 

15 
16 

16 

•7 
18 

59 
7^ 
73 
73 
74 
74 
74 
75 
75 
7* 
7<i 
77 
77 
78 
/8 
79 

79 

80 
80 



Ja . Pettilto 

W'm. Reed 

Adam Sims 

Francis Steed 

Thos. Tomlinsoii 

Howe! Edmonds 

Peter Vinsent 

Robt. Munford 

1 Icnrv Bedingfield, Jr 

Same 

John Vincent 

Win. Wise 

Robt. Munford and Rich'd Jone 
Joshua Fry and Geo. Bingley. . . 

James Vaughan, Jr 

Jarvis Winfield 

Robert Morgan 

Win. Beaver 

Geo. Ezell 

Moses Johnson 

Henry I larrisoti 

Henry Bl 1 >\vn 

Thos. Jones 

Robert I Ienry Dyer .... 

Francis Young 

Giarles Lucas 

John Simmons 

Saml. Briggs 

Henry Briggs 

John Napper 

Amos Tims 

John Simmons, Jr 

Thos. Dickson 

Ge -. Hag od 

John Avenl 

Win, Avcnt 

John Bedingfield 



7* 
7* 

7--" 
726 

7-"> 
7-7 
7-7 
7-7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7^7 
7*7 
727 
7+7 
7-7 
7+7 
7-7 
7+7 
727 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 
7+7 

7-7 
7-7 
7-7 
7-7 
7-7 
7-7 
7+7 



+A + 

3 r *J 
250 

440 

3-5 
990 

445 
290 

/fa) 

750 
280 

970 
37S 
200 

I30 
l80 

3« 

671 
5& 

300 

77^ 
680 

3* 
16s 

3" 

34S 

500 

58 



VIRGINIA O >UNTY RE( ( >RDS 



"39 



18] 
18] 

, 182 
18a 

182 

183 
184 

184 

- 185 

185 
186 

— 186 
186 
187 
188 
iSS 

198 

199 

204 
205 
205 

206 
206 
207 
207 
208 

21 I 
21 I 
304 

339 
342 
344 
344 
347 
349 
350 
358 



Rich'd More 

John and Rich'd I>r< >u n 

Wm. Smith 

Kimball 

Eldreidge 

Perry 

Alexander 

Lewis 



Jr 



Chas. 
Thos. 

Xatlil. 

John 

Rfch'd 

Win. Davis 

Rich'd Ledbeter . 
\Vni. Lucas, Jr. . 
Robert Abernathy 

Epaph. Benton 

Capt. Jas. Baker 

Robert Mini ford 

Wm. Hagood 

John Stith 

Henry Lnibry 

John Banister 

John Poythres . . . 

Letbeter 

Hix 

Barlow 

Marshall 

John Ray 

Jas. Sexton 

Danl. Mix 

Nathl. Edwards 

Henry Blunt 

Arthur Kavenaugfc . . . 

Wm. Edwards 

Wm. Brown 

Win. Brown, Jr 

Thos. Cocke 

Joshua Clark 

Tho^. Wright Sparrow 
Ephraim Parrum 



Capt. 

John 

Geo. 

John 

John 



17*7 


450 


^7^7 


230 


1727 




*7~7 

7 -'7 


830 


1717 


140 


^7-7 


900 


^7^7 
1727 


-'95 
836 


1727 


100 


17-7 


*5° 


1727 


197 


1727 


300 


17-7 


1000 


1727 




1727 
1727 


330 
398 


17-7 
1727 


37-' 
5*> 


1727 


?7S 


1727 


318 


1727 


s 


7-7 


I9S 


17-7 


15 


7 V 


195 


1727 


340 


17-7 




^7-7 


i' »■■ > 


l 7 2S 


180 


17* 


100 


17* 




I7a8 


4*7 




7 10 


17* 

1728 


790 




3 nI 



140 VIRGINIA COUNTY RIXOKDS 

360 Henry Lound Edloe 1728 406 

361 Douglas Irbv 1728 

361 Joshua Nicholson 1728 181 

361 Chri.-tophcr Tatum 1728 

364 Henry Harrison 1728 2810 

365 Nicholas Lanier 1728 334 

2,^2 Gilbert Ivey 1728 290 

391 John Humphries 1728 541 

391 Charles White . . 1728 410 

V 393 John Mix 1728 960 

394 \Ym. Simmons 1728 321 

414 Drury Stith 1729 556 

^427 Thos. Sisson 1728 300 

427 Robt. Munford . 1728 1000 

428 James Munford 1728 518 

439 John Davis i7- ,x 623 

440 Michael Wall, Jr 1728 290 

440 Richard Carter 1728 273 

441 Matthew Smart I7_' s ^23 

441 James Williams [728 261 

441 John vVali] Jr 1728 389 

443 Michael Wall 1728 760 

455 Drury Stith 1726 4 ! 9 

453 Simon Gale [728 500 

453 Thos. Loyd 1728 574 

456 Thos. Archer 172S 252 

456 Thos. House 1728 214 

457 Thos. Huckaby I7«8 316 

457 John Robertson i7- ,; - ,,J 7 

457 Chas. Williamson 1728 

459 Cha>. King ! 7- 872 

400 George Brewer; Jr i~s< 53 1 

473 Richard Bwch 1730 254 

476 Benj. Harrison 17*^ ' • 

504 Wm. Byrd i$$o 

504 Wm. P.vrd ITS 

539 Joseph Botwell 1 7- ,v; 345 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 
/ 

539 Drury Stith 1728 

540 Joseph Boswell 1728 



141 

146 



Book No. 14. 



2J Wm. Kimball 

29 Edmond Macarthy 

30 Richard Burch 

30 John Edmonds 

30 Henry King, Jr 

31 John King 

31 Wm. Duke 

32 Jas. Thweat, Jr 

32 Saml. Jordan 

33 Thos. Hardiway 

34 Jas. Mathes, Jr 

34 Thos. Mitchell 

34 Wm. Reynolds 

35 Same 

46 Saml. Chambcrlayne 

53 Jas. Baker 

58 John Watson 

59 John Duke 

62 Nathl. Wilson . ... 

62 Robert Wynne, Jr 

63 John Jackson 

63 Francis Wray 

64 Stith Boiling 

64 Alex, and John, sons of Stith Boiling... 

64 John Carrell 

65 Cornelius Carghill 

65 Same 

66 John Davis 

66 John Evans 

67 Nathl. Green 

67 John Guilliam 

67 Wm. Gent 



1730 


238 


1728 


9O0 


1728 


426 


1728 


330 


1728 


4 r »5 


1728 





1728 


317 


w 


3&> 


1728 


<yk> 


1728 


300 


1728 


850 


1728 


612 


1728 


297 


! 7 28 


764 


•73o 


54° 


1728 


203 


1728 


280 


1728 


105 


1728 


6;o 


1728 


3*> 


1728 


525 


1728 


208 


1728 


422 


1728 


411S 




3°° 


1728 


3*5 


1718 


336 


1718 


554 


1718 


523 


1798 


282 


1728 


446 


17*8 


726 



142 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

68 John Hlght 1728 470 

68 John and Baxter Davis 1728 960 



KING AND QUEEN COUNTY. 

(Cont. from Vol. VI.) 

Book No. II. 

" 7 James Bridgforth 1719 400 

8 Kobt. Deschazant 1719 130 

17 Harry Beverley 1719 650 

18 Robert Pollard 1720 250 

18 Francis Thornton and Anthony Thornton. 1720 2740 

25 Larkin Chew 1720 368 

50 Richard Buckner 1720 70 

51 John Martin 1720 120 

51 Isaac Martin 1720 340 

62 John Livingston, Jr 1721 290 

67 Wm. Glover 1721 200 

106 Edward Ware 1722 815 

107 Joseph Gray 1722 65 

134 Robert Farish 1722 775 

289 Richard Buckner of Co. of Essex 1723 4500 

298 William Robertson of City of Williams- 
burgh 1723 1500 

Book No. 12. 

59 Wm. Daniel 1724 100 

6b John Martin, Jr 1724 190 

132 Wm. Craddock 17-4 13 00 

500 John Baylor, Jr 172^ 3360 

500 Same 1 flti 1 300 

504 John Buckner of Co. of Gloucester 1726 18 

Book No. 13. 

108 Thomas Cary, Jr., of Warwick Co 1727 398 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 143 

410 John Dixon 17 j | 135 

«' 438 John Smith, Thos. Aplin and John Smith. 1728 300 

Book No. 14. 

151 Robert Beverley 1730 4254 

298 Benj. Needier 1731 10 

299 Win. Mayes 173 1 500 

300 Miles Gary of Co. of Warwick 1731 1 19 

426 Wm. Birch 1732 167 

Book No. 15. 

126 Wm. Beverley of Essex Co 1733 4254 

Book No. 17. 

374 Wm Beverley 1737 51 

516 Thomas Eoster 1738 192 

Book No. 18. 

129 John Hoskins and Saml. Hoskins 1738 1430 

177 Humphrey Hill 173S 17 

Book No. 19. 

830 Maurice Smith 1740 200 

833 Robert Didlake 1740 13 

853 Robert Brooking 1740 30 

Book No. 21. 

178 Lewis Berkeley 1742 762 

Book No. 2^. 

1095 Robert Eoster 1745 85 

1098 Same 1745 140 

Book No. 24. 

379 Jo nn Lewis 1746 6 

Book No. 26. 

270 George Braxton 1748 41 



144 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 28. 

419 Joy Asque 1748 440 

Book No. 32. 

334 Win. Watkins 1753 172 

♦ 467 John Smith of Rockohock 1755 91 

682 Thos. Dillard 1756 53 

Book No. t>3- 

9 Wm. Smith 1756 63 

126 John Newcomb 1756 169 

213 Daniel Gutrey 1756 8 

459 J onn Watkins 1758 150 

Book No. 34. 

773 Edward Spencer 1760 63J/2 

Book No. 35. 

294 Joseph Abbott 1763 64 

446 John Brett and Benj. Pines 1763 12 

Book No. 36. 

746 James Gardiner 1765 29 

Book No. 37. 

6 Hancock Dunbar 1767 3^ 

33 John Richards 1767 1 iQ 

46 John Dixon 17^7 481 

48 Same 1767 493 

Book No. 39. 
305 Alex. White 1771 80 

Book No. 40. 
842 William Fleete 1772 250 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 145 

COMMONWEALTH GRANTS OR PATENTS. 
Book B. 

55 John Lyne 1779 115 

59 George Lyne 1 779 204 

Book H. 

224 John Lyne 1783 20J4 

226 Same 1783 14^4 

Book K. 

321 John Thompson 1784 i8>^ 

357 Benj. Trueman 1784 90J/, 

393 Wm. Bird 1784 163^ 

394 Jas. Dimlop 1784 2"] 

395 Wm. Bird 1784 51 

633 Wm. Dillard 1784 76 

Book M. 

231 Dr. Henry Todd 1784 130 

307 John Lyne 1784 2*4 

321 Anthony Gardner 1784 \2 x / 2 

485 John Baylor 1784 206 

Book P. 

9 Thos. Dillard 1784 95 

Book W. 

564 John Kemp 1786 53^ 

Book X. 

557 Stephen Fields 1785 435 

Book No. 7. 

396 Charles Roane 1786 70 

Book No. 14. 

33 Wm. Crain 1787 7 2 



146 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Book No. 16. 
426 Alexander Kenady 1788 706 

Book No. 22. 

637 Capt. Wm. Fleet 1790 352 

696 Thos. Roane 1791 260 

Book No. 23. 

409 Wm. Frazier 1791 11 

571 Thomas Collins 1792 39 

Book No. 26. 

151 Dr. Anthony Gardner 1792 25 

161 Edward Trice 1792 121 

164 Robert Ware 1792 39^ 

531 Thomas Seres 1792 23 

586 Howard Willia ms 1792 43 

678 George Richards 1792 21 

679 Ambrose Grisham 1792 30 

Book No. 29. 
559 John Dunn 1794 7^ 

Book No. 32. 
97 George Williams 1795 89 

Book No. 38. 
522 John Kemp 1798 1 5 

Book No. 39. 

231 Humphrey Temple 1797 9 

231 Same 1797 2 

VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS 

Miller, Jno., Private, dccM. Contl. Line., 3 year*' service; Jno. 

Miller, heir at law, Sept. 13. 1; 
Hughes, Jesse, FVivatc, Contl. Line, 3 >ervice. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 147 

Randolph, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service, 
Daulton, Moses, Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 year-' service. 
Turner, Francis, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service, 

Gardner, Jno., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brett, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 year-' -ervice. 
-—Atkinson, W'm., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Bishaw, Jno., Private, 1st Reg. Artillery, Contl. Line, 3 year-' 

service. 
Dugmirc, Jno., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Bell, Jas., Sergeant, 6th Ya. Keg., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
* Smith, Win., Drummer, Contl. Line, 6 years and 6 months' 

service. 
Gentry, Win., Private, Ya. Artillery, 3 years' service. 
Garner, Wm., Private, Cavalry, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Garner, Jno., Private, Cavalry, Contl. Line., served 2 years 

8 months 16 days. 
Harrison, Wm. Butler, Cornet, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Power, Robt., Cornet, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 
Hoofer, Jno., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Hobday, Wm., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Scott, Robt., Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
PHinn, Jas., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Armstrong, Jno., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Leftwich, Joel, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Somers, Wm., Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
^Cook, Wm., Sergeant. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Parker, Warren, Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 -ervice. 
Brown, Saml., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Leitch, Jas., Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Osburn, Elijah, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Bates, Jno., Private. Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Pritchard, Jas., Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Nelson, John, Maj<»r, State Cavalry, 3 years' service. 
Steven-, Wm., Lieut., Contl. Line. 3 year^' service. 
Carrington, Edw., Lieut. -Col.. Contl. Line. ; ervice. 

•Smith, Stephen, Private. State Line. 3 years' Service. 

Garner, Presley, Seaman, State Navy, 3 year-' servi 



143 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Wood, Jesse, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' lerviOC. 
Carroll, Thos., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Holt, Jas., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Scott, Walter, Lieut., State Line, 3 years' service. 
O'Neal, Wm., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bisbopi Joseph, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Robertson, David, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hayes, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
White, Edward, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
McClannahan, Elijah, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Cason, John, Sergeant, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Cason, Wm., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Cason, Jas., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Roane, Christopher, Capt., State Line, 3 years' service. 
Darnold, Aaron, Drummer, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Parker, Joseph, Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Blackwell, Thos., Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Howard, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Saunders, Rich'd, Midshipman, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Davenport, Claiborne, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Jenkins, Rich'd, Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Rose, Archibald, Sergeant, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Morrison, Hugh, Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Elam, Lodowich, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Aspewal, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Moore, Wm., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Heth, Jno., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bridgman, Hezekiah, Private, State Line, 3 year>' service. 
K5 Bayley, Noah, Private. State Line, 3 year-' -ervice. 

• Johnson, Wm., Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hawley, Rawleigh, Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Peyton, Erancis, Private. Contl. Line. 3 \ear>* service. 
Fitzsimmons Nicholas, Private. Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Kenny, Rich'd, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-" -crviec. 
Brady, Michael, Corporal, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Blackson, P.ridax, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Matthews, Wm., Corporal, State Line, 3 year i 1 -ei >ice. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 149 

Blackmore, Geo., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Nolarul, Tierce, Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Dunn, Jo.shua, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Mitchell, David, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service 
Boyd, Francis, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Stephens, John, Sergeant, deed., Contl. Line, 3 years' service; 

Joseph Stephens, heir at law, Oct. 9, 1783. 
Carrell, Jno., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Harris, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Hampton, Thos., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Smith, Win., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
McQuillen, Robt., Private, Contl. Line, May, 1777, to 10 Jan., 

1782. 
Walker, John, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Durham, Jas., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Robins, Jno., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Royster, Jno., Sergeant. State Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Robinson, Mordecai, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Charles, Wm., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Plunket, Reuben, Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Stith, John, Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Jerow, Jacob, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Stewart, Benj., Private, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 
Grimsley, Jas., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Kimble, Robt., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
•Clark, Moses, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Patillo, Jas., Sergeant. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Tyler, Wm., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
EppeS, Rich., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Faris, Win., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Robinson, Green, Private. State Line. 3 years' <ervice. 
Foster, Wm., Private. Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Eaton, Joseph, Private. Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Singleton, Joshua, Sergeant. State Line. 3 years' service. 

• Davis, Sam'l.. Private, Contl. Line. 3 vcars' service. 

Jaso, Wm., Private. Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Ferryman, Dan'l., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 



150 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Mahoney, Jas., Private, Contl. Line, 3 yean 1 .service. 

FosteTj Geo., Private, Contl. Line, 3 year-' service. 

Blackwell, Sam'l., Captain, tied., State Line, 3 years 1 service; 

John Blackwell. heir at law, Oct 15. 1783. 
Grey, Win., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Martin, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brown, Robt., Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Walker, Henry, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Tnnstall, Thos., Sergeant-Major, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Jennings, John, Sailing Master, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Walker, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Kobinctt, Joseph, Private, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 
Corbett, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Bedworth, Wm., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Collins, Peter, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Mason, Thos., Private, deed., State Line, 3 years' service; 

Wm. Mason, heir at law, Oct. 16, 1783. 
Scott, John, Capt. -Lieut., State Line, 3 years' sen-ice. 
Hoffman, Joseph, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 
Hoffman, Reuben, Private. State Line, 3 years' service. 
Scott, Joseph, Jr., Capt., Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Drake, Michael, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Jones, Peter, Capt., Contl. Line, 3 year-' -ervice. 
Walker, David, Lieut., Contl. Line., 3 years' service, ending 

16 May, 1779. 
Hood, Thos., Sergeant- Major, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Guthcry, Geo., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service, 
Mechen, Dr. Wm., Surgeon, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Heth, Henry, Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Pace, Wm., Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Pickett, Jno., Private. Contl. Line, 3 year- service. 
Moody, Wm., Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
BallanCC Willi-, Corporal, State Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Ballance. Henry. Sergeant, State Line. .; ervice. 

McClurg, Jas., Director of State Hospital, 6000 acre-. ( Vt. tl, 






VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 151 

Harrison, Win., alias Starke, Drummer, Contl. Line, 3 years' 
service. 

Harris, Wm., Private, Contl. Line, 3 year-' service. 

Grant, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
'Bentley, Jeremiah, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Goulding, Jesse, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 

Langfitt, Thos., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Summerson, Geo., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Lee, Richeson, Corporal, State Line. 3 years' service. 

Langfitt^ Philip, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Kent, Smith, Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Lee, Richard, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Christie, Dr. Thos., Surgeon, Contl. Line, 7 years' service. 

Hogland, Evert. Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Hughes, Benj., Private. Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Brown, Jas., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Russell, Nicholas, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. *~ 

Hulsc, Wm., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Brown, Geo., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Case, Wm., Private, Contl. Line, 3 year>' service. 

Hutcheson, Thos., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Dowell, Wm., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 

Mothershead, Nath'l., Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 ycar>' service. 

Straughan, Presley, Private, deed., Contl. Line, 3 years' ser- 
vice; Jas. Straughan, heir at law. Oct. 27, I783, 

Cogwell, Fred'k., Private, State Line. 3 years 1 service; Zach. 
Cogwell, representative of Fred'k. Cogwell, Oct. 27, 1783. 

Gay, Francis, Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' -crvicc. 

Hudson, Rush, Corporal, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Pool, Baxter, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Woodson, Tarlton, Major, Contl, Line. 3 years' service. 

King, Francis, Private. State Line. 3 war-' ten 

I.elvin, Geo., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service 

Belvin, Lewi-, Private. Contl. Line. 3 years' -ervice. 

Tctkins, John, Private, Contl. Line. 

Fleam, DanL, Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years' ser\ice. 



152 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Pound, Win., Corporal, State Line, 3 year*' service. 
Carrington, Geo., Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 \ cars' service. 



ACCOMAC COUNTY RECORDS. 
(CbOt from Vol VI.) T ° 

19 February, 1633. Deposition of Henry Bagwell, aged 43 
years. 

28 March, 1633. Conveyance from Captain Edmund Scar- 
borough to John Harlow. \Yitnesse> : Edmund Scarbor- 
ough, Jr., and Liveinge Dcnwood. 

At a Court held the day of April, 1634, there were pres- 
ent: Captain Edmund Scarborough, Mr. William Andrews, 
Mr. William Stone and Mr. William Burdett. 

Deposition of John Major, aged 27 years, concerning an agree- 
ment between Captain Scarborough and Philip Taylor. 

Deposition of Richard Wadlow, aged 24 years, concerning 
James Davis and John Ford. 

Petition to the Court of William Roper against Henry Bagwell. 

Complaint to the Court of Edward Beastweeke against Thomas 
Nute. 

Alexander Bradburne was arrested to appear at this Court. 

At a Court held the 17th day of . Present,: Captain Ed- 
mund Scarborough, Mr. Obedience Robins, Mr. William 
Stone, Mr. John Wilkins. 

At this Court Richard North commenced suit against Rowland 
Williams. 

At this Court John Wadlow of Accomac. mariner, aged J4 
years, testified in the suit brought by Philip Taylor against 

Captain Scarborough. 

Bond of Richard North to Thomas Arnold, deceased, whereby 
payment is to l>e made to the lawful executors and assigns 
of said Arnold a^ by !>ond appearcth under the hands of 
said North and William Milling, Kent. Witnessed by 
Henry Bagwell and William Morcton. 

At a Court held the 19th day of May, . Present: Mr. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 153 

Obedience Robins, Mr. Jolin Howe, Mr. William Burdett, 
Mr. William Andrews, Mr. John Wilkins. 

Suit brought by Mr. William Cotton, minister of God's word, 
against Thomas Allen for swearing. 

Suit brought by Susan Helline, widow, against John Major 
for her payment and time in looking to his wife the time 
she did lay in childbed, and upon due examination and 
the oath of Agnes Williams, it is ordered that the said 
John Major shall pay unto Susan Helline, 18 hens within 
this month, and he shall pay the said Susan by September 
next 30 hens, and also the charges of this suit. 

Agnes Williams, aged 24 years, deposes that Maudlen, the 
wife of John Major, did bargain with Susan Helline, 
widow, for help while she lay in childbed, and did promise 
to give her 12 hens, which hens were to be paid by Anno 
Domini 1632. 

Suit of Philip Chapman against Henry Bagwell. 

Suit of Gates Bashaw against Daniel Cugley. 

Petition of William Berryman against Daniel Cugley for mis- 
calling and striking him. 

12 March, 1633. Conveyance of a black heifer from Captain 
Edmund Scarborough to Garrett Andrews. 

At a Court held 5 July, [634. Present: Captain William Gay- 
borne, Esqr., Mr. Obedience Robins. Mr. William Burdett, 
Mr. John Howe, Mr. William Andrews, Mr. William 
Stone, Mr. John Wilkins. 

This day was read an order from the Governor and Council 
dated 14 March last past, requiring that Sheriffs should 
be appointed in the several part^ of the Colony. In con- 
formity to which order Mr. William Stone wa= c' 
Sheriff of these plantations of Acchawmacke for the ensu- 
ing year. 

In like manner Captain William Gayhornc being appointed 
Lieutenant for this Shire, did appoint Obedience Robins 
gent., his Deputy. 

At a Court held the 9th July, 1634. Pre-ent: Obedience Rob- 



154 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

ins, gent.; John Howe, gent.; William Stone, gent.; Wil- 
liam Burdett, gent.; William Andrews, gent. 

Suit of William Bashawe Against Mr. Robins, 

Petition to the Court of Philip Chapman against Israel Hill. 

Petition to the Court of I\ter Fyerbrasse against John Angood. 

Petition to the Court of John Angood against Mr. John How. 

Deposition of William Berryman, aged 32 years. 

Acknowledgement of John Littel. 

Acknowledgement of Nicholas Hanwoode, 

Acknowledgment of Thomas Butler. 

Deposition of Edward Gaines, aged 30 years, this 7th day of 
July, that Captain John Stone borrowed of John Foster 
6 barrels of corn. 

At a Court held the 8th day of September, [634. Present: Mr. 
Obedience Robins, Mr. John How, Mr. William Burdett, 
Mr. William Stone. Mr. William Andrew.-. 

Petition of Edward Drew for confirmation of land granted to 
him the 4th of December, 1633, which was about 100 acres 
of land next unto Thomas Powells. 

Suit of David Windley for a patent of 100 acres of land due 
him. 

Deposition of John Fisher, aged 30 years, concerning land 
rented by Captain Epes and Henry Glover, the latter now 
deceased. Mentions James Knott, Philip Chapman and 
John Major as also renting same land. 

Francis Millicent agrees to serve Philip Chapman 2 years' time 
from the 10th of January last, 

Suit of Nicholas Harwood to have the lea>e of land renewed 
where he now lives, which was formerly in the possession 
of George Travellor, and which said Travellor bought of 
Roger Sanders. 



RICHMOND COUNTY WILLS. 

Tomlin, George, 15 Deceml>er. 1705; probated 6 February, 
1705. To my son George the land formerly belonging to 
my Uncle Taylor; my daughter Anne Tomlin; my wife 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 155 

Hannah to be executrix. Witnesses: James Ingo, 
Lilly, Henry Street. 

Mackmtlion, John. 14 October. 1701 ; probated 6 February, 
1705. My eldest daughter Charity; my youngest daugh- 
ter Catherine; to John Newman; to George Newman; to 

William Coleman; to Maxfield Brown; my wife Prances 
to be executrix. Witnesses: John Fennell, Henry Street. 
V Qarke, Robert. Parish of Farnham. 12 December, 1705; pro- 
bated 6 February, 1705. My >on Robert; my daughter 
Catherine Clarke; my son John; my son George; my son 
Thomas; Captain Charles Barker; my wife executrix and 
my son Robert executor; to William Simms. Witnesses: 
Charles Barber, William Simms. Amy Simms. 

Geton, William. 29 December, 1705; probated 6 March. 1705. 
To Alexander and Steven my younger sons ; to daughter 
Mary Geton ; to son William ; to daughters Elizabeth and 
Hannah Geton; my wife to be executrix. Witnesses: 
William Linton. William Lendman. 

Jones, Christopher. 18 October, 1705. probated 6 December, 
1705. To Margaret, daughter of Elizabeth Dudley; my 
wife Elizabeth Jones to be executrix. Witnesses : Nicholas 
Smith, Elizabeth Elam. 

Dodson, Charles. II January, 1703; probated 6 February. 
1705. To son Charles; to son Thomas; to son Bartholo- 
mew Richard Dodson ; to son William ; to son John ; to son 
Lambert; to daughters Anne and Elizabeth Dodson; wife 
Anne to be executrix. 

Tayler, George. 24 June, 1706; probated 7 August, 1706. To 
daughter Martha Gaines; to George Games, youngest IOH 
of said Martha Gaines; to Daniel Gaine-. eldest son of 
Bernard Gaines and the said Martha: to Henry Wilson; to 
Thomas Dickcn>on, the writer of this, my will; wife 
Susanna to be executrix. Witnesses: Robert Gorden. 
Elizabeth Bradley, Anna Po-t. Edward Jeffrey, Thomas 
Dickenson. 

Williams, John. 2y January, 1704 -5 ; probated 7 August, 1706- 



156 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

All my estate to Stephen Fewell and his children. Wit- 
nesses: John Owen, Richard Rosser, Richard Pearle. 

Austin, Henry. 8 February, KSy; probated 2 October, 17 6 
All my estate to my wife Anne. Witnesses: Thomas 
Gunston, Francis Jordan, Walter Willett. 

Kenyon, John. 29 August, 1706; probated 2 October, 1706. 
To son Abraham; to daughter Anne; to daughter Sarah; 
to son John; Daniel Merrett to be executor. Witnesses: 
William Thornton, George Davis. Sarah Davis. 

Cunstable, Margaret. 25 June. 1705; probated 6 November, 
1706. To nephew John, son of Mark and Elizabeth Toon ; 
to John, William and Mark, sons of the above named ; 
Mark Toone, Snr., to be executor. Witnesses: Robert 
Nethercutt, Austin Brockenhorough. 

Wilson, Elias. 23 December, 1706; probated 5 February, 
1706. To eldest son Elias ; my wife Mary to be executrix ; 
my brothers Henry- and James Wilson to be overseers. 
Witnesses : Henry Scger, Anna Post, John Kelly. 

Jackson, Daniel, North Farnham Parish. 13 November, 1706; 
probated 5 February, 1706. Sons David and Nathaniel; 
my three daughters Mary Settle, Sarah Gower and Anne 
Hutt ; my son Daniel to be executor. Witnesses : Joshua 
Lawson, Stephen Wells, Thomas Dickenson. 

Tayler, Henry Parker. 24 January, 1706-7, probated 5 Febru- 
ary, 1706-7. To Thomas Ward; to Austin BrockenMr- 
ough ; servant John Simcocke to be executor. Witnesses: 
John Giarteris, Thomas Ward, Mary Jonc<. 

Walker, John, County of Rappahannock. 22 February, 1665; 
probated 14 February. 1706. Daughter Anne Walker; 
daughter Frances Walker ; daughter Jane Walker ; daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Walker; daughter! Sarah and Hester 
Walker ; wife Sarah to l>e executrix. Codicil dated 6 July. 
1668. Mentions daughter Anne and her husband John 
Payne. Witnesses: Joseph Giissell. Richard F<WC 

Williams, Luke. 17 April. 1706; probated 5 March. 1 

Son John; friend Martin Sherman; Son Henry; nephews 
William Frestoc and Richard and Thomas Smith; -wife 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 157 

Mary to be executrix. Witnesses: Richard Hinds, John 
Miller, Henry Jennings. 
^Woodyates, Thomas, of Bristol, in the Kingdom of Gt. Britain. 
20 January, 1706-7; probated 5 March. 1707. To friend 
Job Hanion, Jr.; friend William Hamon ; friend John 
Hamon ; friend Jane Thorn ; Anne I Iamon ; Joyce Hanion ; 
Elizabeth Hamon ; friend Job Hamon, Snr., to be executor. 
Witnesses: Martin Hamon, Martin Hamon, Jnr., and 
John Burk. 

Trent, James. 5 January, 1706; probated 1 October, 1707. 
Daughters Elizabeth, Anne, Mary and Alice; my wife 
Alice; wife and John Dean to be executors. Witnesses: 
Giles Mathews, John Curtis, Elizabeth Deane. 

Stone, William, Farnham Parish. 7 November, 1704; pro- 
bated 31 January, 1707. Sons Philip and Joshua; son-in- 
law Robert Scolneld ; grandsons Gregory and John Glas- 
cocke; wife Sarah to be executrix; daughter Elizabeth 
Stone; daughter Mary Farr. 

Hamock, John, Planter. ; probated 15 February. 

1707. All estate to son William Hamock; Thomas Bryant 
to be overseer. Witnesses: Thomas Bryant, Edward Tal- 
bert, David Bennehan. 

Evans, Peter. 13 June, 1706; probated 3 July, 1706. Sons 
Richard, Peter and John Evans ; daughters Sarah and 
Anne Evans; wife Elizabeth to be executrix. Witnesses: 
Matt. Burrows, James Dowling, Thomas Dickenson. 

White, Richard. 31 October, 1706; probated 7 July, 1708. Son 
John; daughter Hester Mills; daughter Susanna Adcock ; 
sons Thomas and William ; wife Sarah ; son Thomas to be 
executor. Witnesses: George Murdock, John Willcockc, 
John Callahan. 

Dew, Thomas 23 December. 1708; probated 2 February, 

1708. Wife Jean; son-in-law William Baker; daughter-in- 
law Elisabeth Baker; daughter Anne Dew; daughter Mary 
Dew; daughter Elizabeth Dew; son Thomas to be execu- 
tor. Witnesses: Peter Kippas, George Ilabron, Andrew 
Dew. 



158 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Gaythins, John. 29. November, 170 s : probated 2 February, 
1708. My youngest son Cobbam Gaythings; bom Phillip 
and John; wife Anne and my eldest ion Phillip I 
executors. Witnesses: Edward Jones, John Buxstone. 

Price, John. 11 September, 1707; probated 2 February, 1708. 

Cousin Edward Price; brother Edward Price; COUSifl 

Trice, son of my brother Edward. Witnesses: James 

Jones, Walter Francis. 
Settle, Francis. 11 July, 1707; probated 12 August, 1707. 

John; son Thomas; grandson Francis, son of Francis Set- 
tle, Jnr., deed.; grandson Henry Settle, son of Henry 
Settle, deed.; grandson Francis Settle, son of Henry Set- 
tle, deed.; wife Mary; son Thomas, and son-in-law 
Thomas Williams to be executors. Witnesses: Thomas 
Swindley, Alex. Young, Thomas Dickenson. 



HEXRICO COUNTY RECORDS. 

Deed of conveyance. 2 April, 1688, from William Puckett ol 
Bristol Parish, Henrico, to Richard Kennon. Anne Puck- 
ett, the wife, relinquishing her dower. 

William and Thomas Puckett, SOUS of the late John Puckett, 
deed., division of land between them, 12 October, 

Indenture made this 1 August, 1688. between Francis Cater of 
the County of Henrico and Philip Turpin of -rune ; 
a parcel of land in said county. Martha Cater, the wife, 
relinquishes her dower. 

Inventory of the poods, etc.. of Thomas Shippey, deed., -worn 
to by Joseph Royall, Martin Klam. Abraham Womack and 

Edward Stratton, by Frances, the relict and administratrix, 

12 October. 1688. 
In the name of (\oA, Amen. I. Thotl Shippey, being -ick and 

weak of body but sound and o! perfect memory, etc All 

that I had by my Wife 1 desire may be equally dividi 
tween my wife and child. I give all my lands to m\ 
child France*, only my wife to have all the land 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 159 

yond the rim by Edward Stratton, Jnr., during her widow- 
hood; all my cattle I give to my wife and child cjually. 

The original of ye above record was this day in open 
court presented by Mr. James Mingc a^ the last will 
(though unsigned) of Thomas Shippey, 
Mrs. Martha Stratton deposes on oath that she heard her son 
Thomas Shippey upon his death bed say that he gave what 
estate he had to his wife and child. 
Miss Martha Stratton, the younger, declares that she heard 
her brother Thomas Shippey upon his death bed say that 
he gave his estate that he had to his wife and child. 
Henrico Court. 12 October, 16S8. */ 

Deed of conveyance from Francis Warren of New Kent 
County to Edward Maxfield of one parcel of land in the 
County of Henrico. 12 October, 16S8. Witnessed by 
John Woodson and Edward Mosby. . 
An account of the debts of Charles Clay, deed., by me, Hannah 

Clay, his widow, entered 12 October 1688. 
A conveyanace to the Hon. William Byrd, who formerly pur- 
chased of William Giles, who married Bethaniah, the 
daughter and heiress of Captain John Knowles, deed., of 
two parcels of land comprising about 100 acres. Said 
sale is confirmed and entered at this Court. 
Deposition of Thomas Puckett, aged 32 years or thereabouts, 
in which is mentioned Mary Granger, the wife of John 
Granger. Rcc. 12 October, 1688, 
An account of Licenses for marriage as delivered by Captain 
William Randolph, who grants them: 

Mr. Peter Jones for a marriage with Mr>. Mary Batte. 
William Chaml>er> for a marriage with Elizabeth 

Ferris. 
William Withers for a marriage with Flizaheth Bull- 

ington. 
Samuel Trottman for a marriage with ye widow 

Lewis. 

Recorded at October General Court. 
Indenture made between Samuel Fowler, Jnr., of Henrico and 



160 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

Henry Randolph of a parcel of land in above county. 30 
November, 1688. Witnessed by Thomas Cocke and Lewis 
Watkins. 

Deed of convevanace from William Porter to Robert Woo! 

of one parcel of land in Henrico County, it being part of 
a greater dividend granted unto said Robert Woodson, 
John Woodson, Thomas East and said William Porter and 
'Robert Dark, by Patent bearing date 28 September, 1681. 
Henrico Court, 1688. 

Inventory of the estate of Thomas Eields presented by Edward 
Jones, administrator. 

Inventory of the estate of William Dodd, deed., presented by 
Mr. James Royall. 30 November, 16S8. 

Deed of conveyance of one cow from Thomas Bott to Elizabeth 
Kent. Recorded at Court, 16S8. 

Deposition of Philip Turpin, aged 32 years or thereabouts, in 
action between Womeck and Cater. Deposition of Jane 
Gower, about 48 years; Martha Osborn, aged about 26 
years, and Joseph Tanner, aged about 27 years, all relative 
to above case. 

Deposition of John Watson, aged about 40 year> ; Francis 
Rowen, aged about 21 years ; Giarles Hill, aged about 25 
years ; Stephen Cocke, aged about 22 years ; John Bayley, 
aged about 36 years, and George Patti^on, aged about 46 
years, in case between Baxter and Webb. 

Conveyance from Edward Hatcher of Henrico, planter, to 
William Cox and Richard Cox, planters, of same county. 
300 acres of land granted by patent to said Edward 
Hatcher 6 October, 1675. Recorded — October, 1688. 
Witnessed by Edward Tanner and William Giles. 

Conveyance from Richard Hudson, son and heir of Richard 
Hudson, late of Roxdale, Henrico County, deed., whereas 
my said late father by his last will, dated 25 October. 
1669, did give unto me and my two brothers, Robert and 
William, a plantation at Roxdale, I DOW convey my inter- 
est in said plantation to my brother Robert Hud>on. 1 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 161 

October, [688. Mary Hudson, wife of Richard Hudson, 
relinquishes her dower rights. 
Tower of attorney from John Rrodnax to Henry Randolph, 
dated 26 April, 1688. 



VIRGINIA GENEALOGIES. / 

THE HUGUENOT FAMILY OF FAURE. 

Of the army of William of Orange, numbering eleven 
thousand, which sailed from Holland, and by whose aid he ob- 
tained the Crown of England, three regiments, each containing 
seven hundred and fifty effective men, were Huguenots. To 
these were added a squadron of horse. In gratitude to these 
zealous and effective supporters, and in sympathy with 
great multitude of their suffering brethren driven violently from 
their homes and natives country simply for their religion, the 
King invited them to make their home in his new dominions 
in America. A large number sought a home in Virginia and 
settled along the Fotomac, Rappahannock and James river >. 

In the year 1700, more than five hundred emigrants at 
the head of whom was the Marquis de la Muce, were landed 
in Virginia by four successive debarkation.-. ( T-cverley's His- 
tory of Ya., page 244.) They appear to have settled at differ- 
ent points ; a portion al>out Jamestown, some in Norfolk 
county, others in Surry, and two hundred or more at a <\-:\ 
some twenty miles above Richmond, on the south side of Jl 
River (now in Powhatan county), where ten thousand acres 
of land, which had been occupied by the extinct Manakin tribe 
of Indian-, were given to them. They were al 
the payment of taxes for seven years, and were allowed to sup- 
port their minister in their own way. 

The records relating to the emigration to Virginia in 1700 
of the Huguenot refugees, are taken from the originals now 
deposited at the Bodleian Library, Oxford University. Eng- 
land. These original* consist of a vellum bound volume of 
MSS. endorsed : 



* 



162 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

"Original Papers Relating to the French Pla 

TION IN THE Wist INDIES." 

They are undoubtedly the original documents man 
from the Provincial Government of Virginia under Francis 

Nicholson, as they bear the official signature of Dionisius 
Wright, who was Secretary to the Council. We now find the 

name of Faure under the following heading: 

"A List of the Refugees Wn<> are i<> Re< ejve of 
ye Miller of Falling Creek Mill One Bushel a 

Head of Indian MeaLE Monthly as SETTLED A1 
about King Williams Town, to Begin in Feil 1700 i. 
"Ffaure, his brother, and two sisters J. 

"Rolle des Francois, Suisses, Genevois, Alemans, 

ET FLAMANS EMBARQUES DANS LE NaVIRE XoMME LE 

Nasseau pour Aller a la Virgin ie, 

"Pierre Ffkrre, sa femme et un enfant. 

"A List of ye FRENCH Refugees that are SETTLED 
att ye Mannachin Town are as Follows: 

In ye first Shipp 

"Ffaure, his brother and sister 3." 

From the above it will be seen that Vierre Faure had with 
him a brother and two sifters, as well as his wife and one child. 

The brother's name was undoubtedly Daniel, after whom 
Pierre named one of his sons. The name of the two >i-ter- 
cannot be ascertained. 



DANIEL FAURE BROTHER OF PIERRE FAURE, 

From the land grant- at Richmond we f\nA that a grant 
of 296 acres WRS given Daniel Faure the 3d day of March. 
1715, the said land lying chiefly in Henrico county. 1 Book IO, 
page 285.) 

In the "Vestry Book M <<f King William Parish, Manniken 

Town, under date of a Vestry asseml ~ the 

"Sieur Daniel Faure i- elected a vestryman." Al 1'ierrc Faure 
was not granted land until 1710. and then only 107 acre-, it i> 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 163 

almost impossible that bis son Daniel mould I a large 

grant of 296 acre- given him a year ahead of his father, and he 

was too young to nave been elected a Vestryman in 1718. 

The name of a Daniel Faure is found on the list of Tith- 

ables in King William Parish from the year 1717 to 173''. 
During the later years it was more than likely Daniel, the SOU 
of Peter, is meant. While no will of Daniel Faure can DC 
found, it i> extremely probable he was a brother of Pierre, Snr., 

and that Daniel, the son oi Pierre, was named after bis uncle. 
JEAN FAURE, BROTHER OF PIERRE FAURE, SNR. 

We have ample evidence to shuw that Jean (John) Faure 
was also a brother of Pierre Faure, Snr. In the Vestry Book 
of King William Parish, Jean and Pierre Faure arc on the list 
of Tithables for the year 1 7 1 3. and in 1717 Daniel Faure Is 
included. 

There is no grant of land recorded in the Land ( Mfice I 
John Faure until the year 174-, when in conjunction with 
Thomas Yann he was granted 17S acres in Henrico county. 
(Book 20, page 339.) In the County Records for Goochland, 
we derive the information that Pierre and Jean were brother, 
viz'. : 

''Conveyance from Peter Ford, Snr., King William 
Parish, Goochland county, planter, 7 March. 1 7 - S . to my 
dear and well beloved brother John Ford of the Parish 
of St. James, county afsd., 150 acre- of land in Mi. P. 

of St. James/ 1 

(Recorded iS March. 1728. Boole I. page 66.) 
This gift of land did not remain long in the - 
John Faure, as witness the following. 

"Conveyance dated I J May. 17JO. from John Fourd, 

Parish of St. James, Goochland, planter. • 

Parish of King William. MflM COUUty, for twenty DOUftds, 
150 acres of land in said county, beginning at the upper 
survey made by Piter Fourd and given to John Fourd." 

( Book I. page ; 

From the Parish Register of Mannikcn Town we fin 
following entries; 



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164 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 

I March, 1721-2. Jean Faure, godfather to Elizabeth 
Morriset. (Page 17.) 

12 Dec., 1728, was born a bov to Jean Faure. (Page 

82.) 

There are no further entries in the Parish Register under 
the name of John Faure. It is evident that after selling the 
land, the gift of his brother, that John moved into Henrico 
county, where he died about the year 1748. 



WILL OF JOHN FORE. 



In the name of God, Amen. 

I, John Fore, of King William Parish, county of Henrico, 
being very sick, do make this my last will and testament, etc.: 

I give to my loving wife Mary the use of the plantation 
I now live on during her widowhood, and the use of all my 
slaves and personal estate until my children come of lawful 
age. 

Item. I give to my daughter Elizabeth forty pounds, to be 

d out of my estate, and a bed and a cow and a calf. 

Item. I give to my daughter Mary a negro girl named 
Sarah, and a bed and a cow and calf. 

Item. I give to my son John all my lands that I am 
possessed of and the land I agreed with Captain John Xa^h for, 
I give to him and his heir-. 

I appoint my wife Mary my whole extx. and Robert 
Goode, my truly friend, to l>e guardian to my children. 

In witness this 16 dav of November, 1747. 

JOHN* [X] FORE. 

His Mark. 
Witnesses: 

William Scott, 

John Morriset, 

Walter Scott. 

Probated by Mary Fore, the widow, the 1st Monday in 
July, 1748. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 165 

Henrico C. C Hook 1748-50, pages 5 and 6. 
It will be seen that from existing records, John Faure, the 
brother of Peter, married a Mary , by whom he- 
issue: 

I. John, probably born 12 Dec, 1728. 
II. Elizabeth. 
III. Mary. 
There is nothing further concerning the children of John 
Fa ure in the records of Henrico county, and it is likely they 
removed with other members of the family to Buckingham 
county. 

(Continued) 



ORANGE COUNTY MARRIAGE BONDS. 

July 22, 1784. Samuel Grant and Lidia Craig. Security, 
Elijah Craig. 

Jan. 8, 1784. Thomas Gillock and Elizabeth Morgan. Se- 
curity, Joseph Thomas. 

Oct. 18, 1785. Nathaniel Gordon and Mary Gordon. Se- 
curity, David Messing. 

Mar. 15, 1785, William Goodall and Lucy Davis, daughter 
of Jonathan Davis. Security, John Davis. 

Mar. II, 1785. John Franklyne and Mary Pearson. Secur- 
ity, William Milligan. 

Dec. 12, 1785. William Foard and Ann Moore. Security, 
Reuben Boston. 

Dec. 12, 1784. Reuben linnel and Elizal>eth Bowen, daugh- 
ter of Henry Bowen. Security, I 
James. 

Jan. 17, 1785. Richard Embre and Judith Payne. Security, 
George Payne. 

April 28, 1785. John EftStfal tnd Sarah Griffith. Security. 
David Griffith. 

Sept. 7, 1785. Lavey Dercy and Ann Wye. Security, James 
Head. 



166 




Aug. 


2S, 


Jan. 


3*i 


Aug. 


i, 



June 13, 



Feb. 7, 



Jan. 
'Jan. 


29. 
27, 


17*5- 
1785- 


Sept. 


* » 


«785- 


Dec. 


22, 


1785. 


' Nov. 


23. 


1784. 


Sept. 


22, 


1785. 


Aug. 


19. 


1784. 


Aug. 


13. 


1784. 


Feb, 


28, 


'785- 


Nov. 


8, 


1785. 


Aug. 


22, 


1785. 


Nov. 


7. 


1785 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REG >KDS 

17S5. James Davis and Ann Modiset, daughter 

Mary Modiset. Security, Patrick C 
1 an. 
1785. William Daniel and Mary Gaines. Security, 

1 lenry Chiles. 
1785. Daniel Gowgill and Betsey Martin, consent 
oi mother Ann Bowen. Security, John 
Bow en. 
I785. William Cook and Susannah Garton, daugh- 
ter of Uriah Garton. Security, Wili . 
Page. 
1785. John Conner ami Mary Lancaster, daughter 
of Robert Lancaster, who give- security. 
Ralph Cogwell and Sarah Rcyn 
John Beckham and Mary Smith. Security. 

Henry Smith. 
Benj. Bragg and Polly Twentyman. Secur- 
ity, William Jamison. 
Sam'l. Brooking and Mary Taylor. Security. 

Chapman Taylor. 
William Brockman and Mary Smith. Secur- 
ity, George Smith. 

n Sams and Mary Bledsoe. Security. 
Aaron Bledsoe, 
David Thompson and Elizabeth Brockman. 
Security, Saul Brockman. 

Aaron Reynold- and Caty I Se- 

curity. James Adams. 
Jame- Wright and Sarah Router. Security, 

Luke Jennings. 
John Pendleton ami Elizabeth Taylor. s< 

curity. James Taylor. 
Charles N'calc and Ann Miller, daughter i^i 

Robert Miller. Security. Alms. 

Henry Long and Lucy Mansfield Security, 

John Long. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 167 

Mar. 9, 1785. Caleb Lindscj and Sally Stevens, daughter of 
John Stevens. 

Dec. ai, 1784. Robert Leake and Susannah I -cake. Secur- 
ity, Lewis Willis. 

June 17, 1785. Kendall Lee and Sarah Gordon. Security, 
James Gordon. 

Dec. 15, 1785. Sabert King and Mary Wayt, daughter of 
James W'ayt. 

Sept. 7, 1785. John Jones and Margaret Abell. Security, 
James June-. 

Sept. 7, 1785. James Jones and Caty Robinson, daughter 
of John Robinson. Security, John Jones. 

Sept. 22, 1785. Edmond Henshaw and Mary Newman, 

daughter of James Newman, Snr. Secur- 
ity, James Newman. Jnr. 

Oct. 28, 1785. Lewis Hensley and Mary Poster. Security, 

Esatham Snell. 

Oct. 25, 1784. John Lamb and Nelly Lamb, daughter of 
John Lamb. Security. Thomas Lamb. 

May 2y, 1784. Jonathan lliatt and Mary Conner, 

of Rachel Conner. Security, Lewifl Con- 
ner. 

April 2, 1784. James Herring and Rachel Cofer, daughter 

of Judah and Jan Fer. Security. 

Peter Rucker. 

May 31, 1784. William Helm and Matilda Talia:'< 

daughter of Francis Taliaferro. Security. 
I lay Taliaferro. 

Aug. 21, 1784. Benj. Head. Jnr., and Margaret Gaar. daugh- 
ter of Lewis Gaar. Security. William 
Head. 

May I, 1784. James Hancv and Xancv Peters, daughter of 
Mathcw Peten Security. John Goodall. 



i68 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 



"IMMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA." 

28 May, 1635 

(Contd. from \'ol. \T.) 

Theis underwritten names are to be transported to Yir- 
ginea, imbarqued in the Si'ekuwell, of London, Jo. Chappell, 
Master, being examined by the Minister of Gravcsend of their 
conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church or Eng- 
land, and have taken the oathe of allegeance. 



Name Years 

Henry Beere 24 

Richard Morris 19 

Wm. Shipman 22 

William Pasford 19 

Jo. Gilgate 22 

Richard Rowland 20 

Jo. Curden 22 

Jo. Harris 20 

Edmond Clark 16 

William Hynton 25 

Richard Baylie 22 

James Lowder 20 

Jeremy Burr 20 

William Appleby 32 

Wm. Cunningham 21 

William Stranghan 22 

Richard Phillips 20 

Meleshus McKay 22 

Samuel Tyres 21 

Thomas Busby 19 

Thomas Robins 17 

Jo. Turner 19 

Jo. Bcver 24 

Edward Austin 26 

Katherinc Richards 19 

Elizabeth Biggs 10 



Name Years 

Ann Wyncott 16 

Elizabeth Pew 20 

Chri. Reinolds 24 

r Elizabeth Tuttell 25 

John West 30 

Nico. Tetloe 31 

Nathl. Pairbrother 21 

Jo. Watson 22 

Robert Spynk 20 

Thomas Childs 30 

Tho. Romney 19 

Christopher Peddington . . 18 

Jonas Smith 22 

Jo. Mowson 22 

William Spencer 17 

Christopher Metcalf 19 

Richard Browne 19 

Robert Parker 21 

Thomas Willis 19 

George Symplon 19 

Arthur Saidwcll 25 

Richard Thomas 20 

William Steevens 22 

Richard Harvy 32 

Jo. Becby 17 

Samuel Holmes 20 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 169 -7: 

Jo. Talbott 27 Phillip Biggl 6 mo. 

Thomas Greene 24 Frances LangWOftfa 25 

Marie Sedgwick 20 Abram Poore 20 

Dorothy Wyncott 40 



(Continued.) 



• 



IrTtrgmta Count? &ecorte 

QUARTERLY MAGAZINE 

VOL. VII DECEMBER 1910 Ho. 1 

INDEX TO LAND GRANTS 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY 

Book 36. 

Xo. 

Page Name Year acres 

716 John McXecs 1765 250 

874 George Walton 1765 1000 

930 Richard Thomas '7^5 2500 

981 Saml. Cochran 1766 281 

1025 Thos. Boulden 1766 400 

1040 John McXess 1767 300 

1040 John McXess 1767 349 

1042 Joscpli Perrin 1767 327 

1068 George Walton 1767 3050 

Book 37. 

13 Nchcmiah Frank 1767 870 

57 Elisha White 177 721 

61 John Roach 1767 218 

152 Joseph Friend v 1767 188 

261 Benj. Clements ijCS 400 

340 Saml. Firth 1768 557 

343 John Tomlin 1766 390 

345 Wm. Falam I768 350 

349 David Maddox 1768 230 



172 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 

Book 3& 

500 James Speed 1 7< *) 654 

565 Robert Breedlovc 1 ; I 

C>i 3 James_Williams 17'*; 

699 Benedict Alclerson 1769 1200 

709 Wood Jones ! 7°9 M° 

857 Drury Stith iyG$ 4200 

Book 39. 

103 James Jennings 1770 181 

107 Thomas Xorriss J/70 230 

158 James Jennings 1770 333 

197 James Jennings ] 77° 94 

306 Clement & Thomas Reade 1771 410 

326 John Sullivant 177 1 435 

397 James Martin 1771 137 

Book 40. 

506 Anthony Griffin 1771 

720 Charles Turnhull 1772 104 

737 Thomas Fast 1772 250 

738 Paul Carrington 1772 324 

832 Thomas Boulden 177a 230 

833 Alex. Trent 1772 450 

880 Peter Chastain 1772 69 

512 Charles Haruay 1771 375 

Bonk \'o. 41. 

31 Edward Robertson 1772 iro 

53 Jeremiah White 1772 

360 Thomas Jones 1773 

363 Robert Jennings 1773 436 

Book No, 4a 
663 Wm. Annistead 1774 T , , 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REG >RDS. | 73 

Book A. 

48 Thomas Read 1779 63 

120 Wm. Johnson 1779 

Book B. 

21 Thomas Read 1779 31700 

314 Francis Foster 1780 4c»o 

332 Thomas Read 1780 ' 50 



Book C. 
373 John Bruce 1781 400 

Book D. 

6 James Speed 1780 397 

341 William BoutOtl 1780 342 

596 Thomas Rodgers 1781 380 

Book E. 

74 James Speed 1780 397 

507 Lewis Deupree 1780 400 

727 Thomas Bouldcn. Jr 1780 430 

898 William Walton 1780 400 

Book G. 
•141 Mack Goodc 1782 409 

Book I. 
177 John Johns 1783 97 

Book N T . 

^ 16 Francis Walthall 17S4 4°o 

Book O. 

343 John Beaslcy 1785 145] \ 

Book V. 

753 John XurrK Jr I7 V> 5 4" 



174 VIRGINIA COUNTY RE< « >RDS. 

Book i. 

561 Joseph Lee 1786 265 

Book 7. 
431 Thomas Parsons . . .< 1; 435 

Book 8. 
389 Gnstavus Hendricks 1787 74 

Book 9. 
617 Jesse Law 17S7 400 

Book 11 

483 Thomas Harvic 1 7&7 2 44 

503 John Sand fur 1787 530 

561 Thomas I Iarvev 1 787 425 

590 James Arnold 17S7 

638 John Sandefer 1787 324 

673 Robt. Jennings and Tims. Paulet 1787 230 

Book 12. 

201 Peter Ross 1787 344 

392 Robt. Jennings, Thos. Panlet and Wm. 

Harvey 17S7 1 251 1 

Book 14. 

678 James Fletcher 1787 

709 Isaac Smith 1787 1 1 2 

Book 15. 

570 Tarlton East I788 400 

Book id 

103 Joseph Chafin 1787 

104 Thomas Chafin 17S- 

413 Matthew Burl 13 

Book 17. 

341 Levi Blankcnship 17XX 



VIRGINIA ( OUNTY RE< ORDS. 175 

Book iX. 

404 Wm. Carleton 1; n S 

Rook 21. 

137 Win. Davenport 1; 230 

Book 22. 
163 John I lay 1790 300 

405 John II. Overstreet, heir to Wm. Overstreet, 

deed 1790 1064 

534 Xath'l Manson l 79® SS° 

Book 24. 
68 John Blankenship 1791 92 

Book 25. 
608 Charles Harris 1792 58 

Book 27. 
304 Thos. Parsons 1792 500 

Book 2S. 

232 Levi P.lankenship 1793 385 

446 Levi Blankenship 1793 95 

661 John Sandefer 1793 250 

681 John Sandefer 1793 1 5S 

Book 29. 
236 Wm. Dabbs, Jr 1793 

252 Levi Blankenship 1793 7 2 

Book 30. 

296 Thos. Read 1704 74' 1 

503 Francis I .arret 1794 

Book 31. 

187 John Harvie 1794 820 

287 Richard StOflC 1794 ()I 

635 Bcnj. Marshall 1794 2° 



176 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 

Book 32. 
437 J as - Cunningham 1795 150 

Rook 33. 
13 Benj. Marshall 1795 19^ 

Hook 34. 

237 John Sandifer 1796 85 

399 Martin Gordin 170 181 

Book 35. 
399 James Four 1796 121 

Rook 36. 
469 Wm. Clarke 1797 44 

Book T,y. 

182 Patk. Henry 1797 400 

553 Wm. Bird 1797 45 

Book t,S. 

11 Luke Palmer 1797 jfl 

12 James Four 1707 95 

13 Wm. Dabbs, Jr i;<;7 

64 Wm. Davenport. John Da v e np ort, Rich'd 

Davenport. Catherine Smith ByTOITl and 
Polly By mm. children and representa- 
tives of Jack Smith Davenport, Aval, r 7S7 . ■ 

74 Levi Blankenship 1707 3 > 

75 Richard I >avcnport 1797 

194 Anthony Young I7 ,>s; Bj 

Book 39 

80 James Hunt 1796 45 

207 Thomas Mackry 1 707 



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345 
353 
359 



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32 
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104 

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VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 
GLOUCESTER COUNTY. 

Book 2. 

Jas. Roc and Peter Richesou 

Edw. Simpson 

John Thomas 

John King 

Thos. Brcmo 

Samuel Sallate and Robert Trolincr.... 

Book 3. 

Win. Wyatt 

\Ym. Haward 

Rich'd Major 

Capt. John West 

Toby West 

Thos. Breman 

Oliver Green 

Edw. Digges 

Leonard Chamberlaine 

Geo. Ludlow 

I lenry Soanes 

Henry Soanes 

Rich. Lee 

Arthur Price 

Robt. Ahrahall 

Edw. Diggs 

Geo. Ludlow 

Geo. Thompson 

John I >ay 

Hv. Carbell 

Ashwell Batten 

Peter Knight 

Nicholas Jernew 

Jeffrey Bew 

John ( Ihee sma n 

W'm. Roberts 

Thos. Bell 



177 



1651 


1500 


1651 


100 


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450 


1651 


200 


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1500 


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1653 


400 


1654 


400 


1653 


1000 


1654 


1000 


1654 


500 


1653 


300 


1653 


120 


1653 


235° 


1653 


300 


1652 




1653 


1200 


1653 


200 


1653 


300 


1654 


300 


1653 


400 


1653 


700 


165a 


1000 


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1653 


600 


1653 




165J 


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178 



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166 
166 
19] 
128 
193 

'94 
'97 
203 
204 
21 1 
213 

»3 

223 
227 
^33 
237 
237 
238 
239 
289 

304 

318 

320 
322 
326 
326 
337 
337 
337 
338 
338 
340 
341 
343 

360 



Thos, Leechman and John Bennetl 

Capt. Francis Morgan and Ralph <i; 

Col. Win. 1 a\ lor 

Isaac Richcson 

Rich'd Barnhouse, Jr 

Capt. Francis Morgan 

Peter Knight 

Wm. Ginsey 

Mrs. Anna Barnett 

Anthony Langestone 

1 [enry Soanes 

Wm. Coale 

John Hansford 

John Lewistone 

Wm. Wyatt , 

Maj. Wm. Lewis 

Same 

Same 

Anne Barnett 

Rich'd Wilchin 

Col. Humphry Higginson and Thus. Hi; 

son, son of sd. Col. Higginson 

Christopher Regault 

Edw. Simpson 

Humphrey Dennis 

Thos. Breeman 

Abraham Moon 

Jr»hn Woodward 

C61. Rich'd Lee 

Capt. Robert Abrall 

Geo. Moseley 

Thos. Peck 

Peter Ford 

Sam'l Sollace and Robt. Trolwer 

Sam'l S- >Uace 

Thos. Ballard 

Ily. Huberd 

Thos. I fancies 



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100 
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400 
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1200 
200 
900 
300 

800 

600 
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300 
500 

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38 

47 
47 

76 

79 

82 

106 

122 

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157 
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229 
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252 
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419 

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Ralph Green 
Robert Huber 



Book 4. 

John Lewis, Jr 

Rich'd Barn house, Jr 

IIv. Huberd 

Col, Rich'd Lee 

\Ym. and Hancock Lee, mhi^ of CoL 1\ 

Lee 

Major Win. I .cwis 

Ralph ( Jreen 

Thos. Bell 

Thos. Breamor 

Oliver Green 

Col. John West 

Wm. Newman 

Capt. John Smith 

Thos. Graves 

Same 

Christopher Abbott 

Col. Hugh Gwin 

Geo. Poindexter and Geo. Thompson. . . . 

Lawrence Smith 

Capt. AugllStine Warner 

Gilbert Medcalf 

John Champman 

Ralph Green 

H \ . Forrest 

Michael ' hraft( m 

Rich'd Dudley 

Cuthbert Potter 

Edmund Peters 

J<>hn ( rreen 

Edw, Wvatt 

Robert Gregg ind Edw, Wyatt 

Mr*;. Avarila Curtis 

Isaac Richardson 



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653 

''54 



655 

'•55 
656 

h*d 
656 



656 

^7 
657 
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657 
657 
657 
657 
<^7 

657 
657 
657 
657 
658 

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658 

66l 

66fl 

661 



179 

4' ■ ' 

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250 
5 

850 
1200 

400 

134 
300 

45^ 

1000 

400 

500 

SS 

240 

350 

105 

rig 

348 

500 

1 too 
700 

35° 

1230 

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180 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS, 

523 Thomas Craves l66l 55 

525 John Chapman r 250 

525 Henry Huberd 1661 

530 'Jims. Graves if/>i 240 

530 Hugh Gwynn 1661 2 » » 

533 Wm. Roberta 1661 200 

534 Mrs. Ann Barnard [661 900 

534 Sam'l Sollis and Robt Tolliver ^66l 

536 Sam'l Sollis, son of Sam'l Sollis, deed. . . . [( 1 35a 

573 Kliz. Lawson i(Y>2 1400 

577 Ralph Greene 1662 1 100 

577 Same 1662 500 

Rook 5. 

47 Edward Roe 1664 375 

59 Wm. Corderoy 1664 400 

84 Thos. Royston 1602 270 

1 12 Rich'd Young 1 i(V»5 1700 

123 Jas. Bradbury 166a 

152 Cam field 1063 400 

168 Henry Carbell l66fl 600 

172 \\*m. Hayward 166a 400 

175 Wm. Corderoy l66fl 120 

177 John Fleet lf'>j 300 

177 Rich'd Anderson l66fl 200 

194 Francis Ironmonger 1665 666 

250 Geo. P.illips 1663 250 

252 Edw. Teale 1663 i^> 

280 John Read r 145 

286 Wm. Wyatt 16Q3 400 

291 John 1 );ivis \(/\\ 7 5 

2</> Robert Bryan 176 

298 Edmund Peters l66a .\ \2 

333 Robert Fee i66fl '-.. 

335 Thomas Rines 16C3 

350 Ralph Harwood and Benj. Birch r 

j6g Robt. ( 'oleman 166a 1 10 



VIRGINIA >UNTY REO >RDS. 181 

371 Ralph Ambery 166a if 

377 John Pate i66a 

407 Win. Ironmonger 1664 

411 Lewis Day i 4. 

428 Charles Roane 1664 300 

435 TIlOB. Dale 1664 3-' 

* 437 Joseph Smith i^»4 13 . 

455 Gilbert Medcalfc 1664 810 

473 Thos. Todd 1665 700 

479 Rich'd Dudley 1665 435 

503 Rich'd Kenshaw 1664 30- 

508 Thos. Morris 1665 \ 

523 Robt Bristow 1665 3 - v 

568 Wm. Claw 1665 2CX> 

573 Major John Smith 1665 5°° 

573 Win. Thornton 1665 164 

574 Mr. Thos. Vicars, clerk 1665 650 

586 John Read l666 300 

586 Abraham Jorsson, Jr 1665 985 

594 John Rate l66fl 200 

594 John Rate 1666 300 

595 John Okeham [666 200 

597 Chas. Roane 1665 10 

598 Justinian Aylmer l666 4 r > : 

607 Robert Bristow 1666 184 

615 Wm. Todd 1666 

616 Major Thos. Walker 1665 235- 

648 Guy Knight 1666 400 

654 Col. Francis Willis 1666 1 ■ 

667 Thos. Boswell 1666 10 

Rook 6, 

23 John Benson 1*566 14° 

25 Rdw. Tratc 1666 

26 Oliver Green 1666 

34 Robt. Coleman W ■« 

• 41 Lawrence Smith 1666 

41 John Wrav l666 240 



182 V IRGINIA O >UNTY RE< I >R1 

42 Das id Munorgon [666 696 

53 Rich'd Farthingale, Rich'd Barringham and 

James Forsith 1671 B •» 

Oo Alex. Murray 167a 704 

72 John Benson 1667 

72 Thos. Wisdom 1667 127 

74 John Walter 1667 423 

74 Thos. Jonas 1667 74 

75 John Kerby 1671 130 

83 Michael! Crafton 1667 720 

91 Thos. Colics 1667 200 

97 Geo. Curtis 1667 1 100 

98 Thos. Colics 16/7 137 

100 Anne Boram iCAj 1 fi 

100 Roger Leonard 1667 300 

102 Wm. Roberts 1667 170 

102 My. Prouse 1667 200 

102 Dunken Bohona and John Mechcn [667 220 

103 Jas. Ransome 1607 300 

103 Hy. Singleton 1667 300 

103 Rich'd Dudley iT/Sj : . 

104 John Sanderson 1667 3 ■ I 

104 Rich'd Dudley 1067 300 

130 Francis Campficld ■/. . . . 1668 314 



KING GEORGE COUNTY RECORDS 

Will of Henry Turner. Hanover Parish, King George 1 

, 1751. My wife Elizabeth; my son Thomas to 

be left in the care of my honoured father 'II. 

Turner. If my son Thomas should die without I 

all the land in King George County left tO my brother 

Thomas Turner's -on Charles o! Spotl 1 County. 

and all land in Prince William County to my nephews 
IIarrv Dixon and Turner Dixon. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REG >RDS. 



183 



Will of John Tyler of King George County, dated 4 Novem- 
ber, 1755. probated 2 June. 1757. My wife Mary; my 

grandson Tyler Waugh ; my son-in-law, William 
Waugh; grandsons William and Thomas Waugh; my 
granddaughters Priscilla and Mellion Waugh; my 
daughter Margaret. 

Will of Thomas Turner, King George County; no date; 
probated 4 May, 1758. My son-in-law Captain Edward 
Dixon and his sons Harry and Turner Dixon ; grandson 
Thomas Turner; grandson Henry Turner; grand- 
daughter Sally Turner; my niece Ann wife of John 
Wren and her children ; whereas my son Harry by his 
last will directed that his son Thomas should have the 
best education, I therefore direct that all my grandsons 
shall have the same ; my niece Ann's son John ; my 
daughter Mary Turner. Codicil dated l8 February, 
1757. To grandson Harry Turner then under age land 
in Prince William and Westmoreland Counties. 

Will of Aaron Grigsby, King George County, dated 5 Jan., 
1764; probated 5 April. 1704. All my estate to my wife 
Berlinda. 

Will of George Morton, King George County, dated 8 July. 
1765; probated 7 August, 1766. My sons John and 
George; my son Robert Baylor Morton: daughter 
Frances Hedgman ; wife Lucy Morton; BOD Joseph. 

Will of Howson Hooe, King George County, dated 16 De- 
cember. 1773; probated 4 January. 17S1. My wife Ann 
Frances; son William; son Bernard; SOU Howson; - D 
John ; sen 1 1 arris. 

Will of Esther Tyler, widow. Kin- George County, la May, 
1770. Son William Tyler; son James l > lei : daughter 
Blanche Tyler; brother Mr. Joseph I to be 

executor. 

Deed of conveyance dated si March, 1726, from Rice R 
and Catherine his wife, of Kini: Geoi 

ve\ing I part of the land m same County, which WSJ 

sold by John Reynolds to Mr Richard Taliaferro, and 



184 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 

which from the said Richard Taliaferro descended to 
his son Richard Taliaferro, Jnr.. brother to the ai 

said Catherine Hooe, who inherited upon the death of 

the said Richard Taliaferro, Jnr. 
Sarah, wife of Thomas Turner alive in ijj<>. 
Will of Seymour Hooe. King George County, dated 13 

October, 1780; probated 3 April, 1783. My wife Sarah; 

my son Alexander Seymour Hooe; my unborn child ; 

my daughter Lucy Thornton Hooe; my brother Gcrrard 

Hooe; my nephew John Storke. 

Will of William Tyler, King George County, dated 11 
August. 17S3; probated 1 April. [784. My wife Sarah; 
Elizabeth Gray Dudley, daughter of Elizabeth Pittman 
Dudley ; my brother James Tyler. 

Will of Gerrard Hooe, King George County; dated 29 De- 
cember, 1785; probated 1 June. 178'"). My wife Sarah; 
the rest of my estate to be divided amongst my unmar- 
ried children; my son-in-law George Ma-< n to be exec- 
utor. 

Thomas Turner, Esq.. and Jane his wife alive in 1774. 

At a Court held 19 May, 1721, the estate of Richard Talia- 
ferro to be inventoried and his will pr ipon 
petition of Thomas Turner and Martha his wife. 

At a Court held 26 September, 1723. Thomas Turner pro- 
duced his commission as Clerk. 



NORTHAMPTON COUNTY IfAUtlAGB BOND 

(Continued from page 41) 
Sept. 22, I787. John Carpenter and Lucy Gault. 
Nov. 29, I788. Hillary Gcgg and Knight, d.n. oi 

William Knight, deed. 
Dec. 20, 1788. John Caple and Ann. dan. of Paul riiaben. 

deed. 
Aug. II, l7<>o. John ("<.llin< and Xaney S 
Nov. 24, 170,1. Mathew CoSttfl and Mary J..\ne. u: 
Jan. 13, I79I. Severn (hum and Tamar M . who 

wai j 1 > eai 1 ol 1 the a Jan.. 1791 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REC ( >RDS. 






Jan. 


12. 


Apr. 


10, 


Aug. 


6, 


Sept. 


27, 


Oct 


<) 


Dec. 


20, 


Jan. 


3. 


Jan. 


19. 


Sept. 


J 2, 



Nov. 14, 
Nov. 2, 



Dec. 


20, 


1796 


Mar. 


13. 


1/97 


Dec. 


24, 


1798 


June 


28, 


1798 


July 


21, 


1798 



Mar. 



799 

799 
709 
800 
800 
800 
Soi 
705-6 
709 

J22 

~22 

740 



Sept. 29. 1743. 



Jan. 


3>i 


Dec. 


9 


May 


22 


Jan. 


18, 


Sept. 


5 


May 


2 5. 


Feb. 


14. 


Oct. 


1 


Nov. 


30 


Aug. 


18 


Sept. 


10 



79 1 

792 

793 



793 
794 
794 
795 
796 
796 
796 

796 



William Costin and Lucrctia Dixon. 
Samuel Cullen and Polly Rippetl. 

John Costin and Elizabeth Fletcher, dan. 
of Joshua Fletcher. 

Caleb Core and Sarah Parramorc. 
Major Gegg and Patience Pcnthall. 

Ralph Collins and Tamar Bingham. 

Lighty Collins and Leah Drighouse. 
Samuel Costin and Polly Roberts. 

John Collins and Grace Costin. 

John Carpenter and Ada Floyd, dau. of 

Mathewi 

Thomas Clay and Sally Freshwater, dau. 
of William. 

Richard Coleburn and Beggy Bool. 
William Carmine and Xancy Belote. 
Robert Cle^ and Polly Bloxom. 
Elijah Carmine and Camilla White. 
Abraham Costin, Jnr., and Peggy Costin 

dau. of Francis. 
John Carpenter. Jnr., and Fanny Scott. 

dau. of John. 

Joseph Collins and Betty Anderson. 

John Cook and Molly Traves. 
John Cotterell and Betsy Fletcher. 

Major Clegg and Nancy M . 

John Costin and Xancy Evans. 
John Carmine and Polly AbdelL 

Benjamin Dalby and Ann Stott, widow 

William Dunn and Mary Godfrey. 
Reverend Thomas Dell and Mary Reeve " 

Ricketts Dnnton and Ann Jacob, widow. 

Col. George Dashicll of Somertel Co.. 

Md., and Elizabeth Fairfax. 

James Delpreaeh and FV^^y Samson* 
widow. 



185 VIRGINIA COUNTY REG >R1 

Mar. ii, 1744. Levin DllllWOOd o! Maryland and [sabd 

Stringer. 
May 17, 1756. Waterfield Dunton and Susanna Water- 
field, dan. of Jao >b. 

Oct. 6, 1750. Elias Dunton and Esther Waterfield, 

widow. 
Aug. 14, 1759- Isaac Dolby and Peggy Matin NTS, d 11. o! 

John Custis Mathews. 

July 7, 1759. William Drutnmond and Nancy Dunton, 

dau. of Eli 
May 19, 1764. Jacob Dolby and Jane Luke, widow. 
May 24, 1763. Jacob Dunton and Betty Satchell, dau. 

of Southy. 
Aug. 12, 1760. George Dashiell and Rose Fisher, dau. 

of Maddux Fisher, deed. 
Feb. 25, 1769. John Dalby, Jnr.. and Susanna Jacob, dau. 

of Isaac. 
Jan. 14, 1772. William Downing and Martha Jacob, dau. 

of Philip, deed. 
May 5, 1770. Benjamin Dixon and Elizabeth Neb n. 
Oct. 10, 1709. John Dalby and Keziafa Western m 
Aug. 19, 1772. Thomas Dalby and Margaret Haze, dau. 

of John, deed. 
Oct. 21, 1772. Elisha Dowty and Elishc Ja in. ol 

Thomas. 
Nov. 7, 1772. Henry Dalby and Rachel Andre 
Sept. 7, 1774. Rickards Dunton, Jnr.. and Sophia Hax- 

manson. 
Apr. 20, 1774. Peter Dickerson and Mary Waterfield, 

widow. 

Dec. 31, 1777. John Darb] (Dalby?) and Esther Har- 
mansi in, dau. of J< >hn I [armaii 

Se[)t. 15, 177S. Benjamin Dunton and Ann Jacob, dau "f 
1 lano ck. 

Dec. 31, 177^ Levin Davis and Susanna W< •■•' 
July 15, 1778. Addison D rod Tabitha Mil 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 



187 



July 13, 1779. 

May 26, 1779. 

Jan. 22, 1780. 

April 4, 1780. 

Jan. 1, 1780. 

Sept. 11, 17S1. 



May 


14, 


1782. 


Sept. 


22, 


1783. 


Feb. 


7, 


1783. 


Dec. 


29. 


1784. 


June 


25. 


1785. 


Feb. 


12, 


1785. 


April 


4. 


1785. 


Dec. 


15. 


1786. 


All£. 


2, 


1786. 


A U L, r . 


4, 


1786. 


July 


IQ. 


1786. 


Mar. 


8, 


1787. 


Mar. 


M. 


1787. 


May 


9. 


1787. 


Jan. 


12, 


1788 


Dec. 


3. 


17SS. 



Apr. 24. 178^. 

Ault. 29. 1788. 

Sept. 24. 1788 

Not. 16, 1780. 



Addison Dowty and Seymour Heath, dan. 

of William. 
Michael Dunton and Roscy Mathews, dau. 

of John CllStifi Mathews, deed., and 

Martha Mathews. 
Michael Dunton and Ann Notingham, 

widow. 
Spencer Dalby and Nancy \Vatson r -dau. 

of Littleton. 
John Dalby and Leah Dunton. 
John Dixon and Bridget Thomas, dau. 

of John. 
John Darby and Esther Christian. 
Christopher Dixon and Sabra Simpkins. 
Thomas Downs and Anne Williams. 
William Dixon and Esther Kendall. 
Severn Dunton and Agnes ( >ricc. 
William Dolby and Sarah Eshon. 
Isaac Dunton and Elizabeth Toleman. 
John Dennis and Susanna VVidgen. 
John Dixon and Lucretia Costin. 
Robert Davis and Sarah Andrews. 
Benjamin Dolby and Mary Core. 
Peter Dowty and Sinah Edmunds. 
William Dixon and Betty Dunton, widow 

of Jacob. 
Henry Dalby and Susannah Stafgis. 

Michael Dennis and Milly Jack 
Littleton Dennis of w r Co., Md., 

and Elizabeth Upshur, dan. of John I p 

shur. Snr. 
Joseph Dennis and Lavinia iVrch. 

William Dalby and Martha Bool, \n idow 

of Nicholas. 
Archibald Dowty and Nancy Edmui 

dau. of David, deed. 
James Dalby and Ann Griffith* 



188 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 

Oct. 8, 1789. Thomas Dalby and Catherine rlarman 
dau. o( John, deed. 
Benjamin Dalby and Sarah BulL 
Joseph Dalby and Bridgel Mulhollums. 
Jacob Dalby and Abigail Bell. 
Thomas Dixon and Elizabeth II<>lms, 

widow. 

John Dalby, Jnr., and Elizabeth Barlow, 

widow of Thon 
Southey Dunton and IVggy Dalby, dau. 

of John. 
Michael Dottty and Peggy Jones. 



Dec. 


17. 


17S9. 


May 


2, 


1789. 


Nov. 


10, 


1789. 


Aug. 


17, 


1790. 


Mar. 


20, 


1790. 


Dec. 


20, 


1790. 


Dec. 


21, 


1790. 



VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS 

(Continued from page 52.) 

Lucy Southworth, Caroline County, aged 75 years. 
George Saunders, Caroline County, aged 79 years. 
Bartholomew Taylor, Caroline County, aged 78 years. 
Catlctt Thomas, Caroline County, aged yj years. 
James Thomas. Caroline County, aged 75 years. 
William Tucker, Caroline County, aged 75 years. 
Agnes Yarhorough, Caroline County, aged JA years. 

Elizabeth A sh worth, Charlotte County, 

Joanna Bouldin, Charlotte County, aged 88 years. 

Martha Brown, Charlotte County, aged 78 years. 

Clement Carrington, Charlotte County, aged ";■; y- 

Susan Davis, Charlotte County, aged '>\ >- 

Solomon If. F.lam. Charlotte County, aged B? 
David Bartee, Charlotte County, aged 74 \< 
with George Harvey. 

William V. Hamlett, Charlotte County, iged v 'i yean 

Daniel Hendrick, Charl tte I 

Amhrn^c Hailey, Charl tl d 82 3 

James Mtallins, Charlotte Connt .1. - d 9g years, resid 

with James Jolinson. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY REO >RDS. 

James Rudder. Charlotte County, - i years, residing 

with Maj< t J. Drury. 

Nancy Mathews, Charlotte County, aged 8 

Isaac Robertson, Snr., Charlotte County, ;. ed 86 yen-,. 

Isaac Smith, Charlotte County, aged y.\ years. 

Agnes St. John, charlotte Co.. aged 75 years, residing with 
Jacob A. St. John. 

Lucy Spencer, Charlotte County, aged 80 years, residing 
with William W. Spencer. 

Joseph Sammons, Charlotte County, aged 55 years. 

William Skelton, Charlotte County, aged 83 years. 

Elizabeth Tombs. Charlotte County, aged 75 years, resid- 
ing with Charles Torn!)-. 

William Walker, Charlotte County, aged 78 years. 

William Hill, Chesterfield County, aged 80 t<> rs. 

Jordan Anderson, Chesterfield Co., aged 80 to 90 years. 
Nathaniel Puckett, Chesterfield County, aged 85 year-. 
Moses } ; crgu>un. Chesterfield County, aged 70 years. 
William Goode, Snr., Chesterfield County, aged 70 years. 
John Bass, Snr., Chesterfield County, aged 70 years. 
John Spears. Chesterfield County, aged 80 years. 
Jacob Flournoy, Chesterfield County, 1 <rs. 

John Dyson, Chesterfield County, aged 78 years. 
Isham Andrews. Chesterfield County, aged 93 years. 
Ezekicl Perkinson. Chotcrfield County, a-ol S. 

Levi Xewby, Chesterfield County, aged 85 years. 
Thomas Xewby, Chesterfield County, . r ^. 

Thomas Gregory, Snr.. Chesterfield County, aged v 

Catharine Allen. Culpepper County, aged 70 year-. 

Nancy Bailey, Culpepper County, aged 75 years, residing 

with Armistead Bailey. 
John Creel, Culpepper Count; en), 

Sarah Calvin, Culpepper County, aged 78 years, 
John Cannaday, Culpepper Conn* 
Lucy Pettit, Culpepper County, aged 78 years, 

with J( >hn I .. >nncr, 
Elizabeth Edwards, Culpepper County, tfi. 



190 VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 

John Freeman, Culpepper County. .->. 

Zachariah Griffin, ( ulpepper Count] . 

Gabriel Gray, Culpepper County, aged 77 
Humphrey Hill, Culpepper County, aged 77 y< 
Julius Hunt, Culpepper County, aged 78 years. 
John Hall, Culpepper County, aged j<) years, 

William Jett, Culpepper County, aged 77 years. 

William Lewis, Culpepper County, aged 77 years. 

Mary Lambkin, Culpepper County, aged 78 ye.. 

Hannah Clark, Culpepper County, aged S7 years, res 
with Madden Willis. « 

Abner Newman, Culpepper County, aged 85 years. 

Richard Payne, Snr., Culpepper County, aged 77 years. 

Reuben Rosson, Culpepper County, aged 87 years. 

Randolph Stallard, Culpepper County, aged 83 years, resid- 
ing with Randolph Stallard, Jnr. 

Philip Slaughter, Culpepper County, aged 82 years, residing 
with Philip C. Slaughter. 

Peter Triplett, Culpepper County, aged 88 years. 

Almond Yaughan, Culpepper County, aged 84 years, 

Isiah Welsh, Culpepper County (age not given). 

Bartlett Cox, Cumberland County, aged 85 years. 

Richard Taylor, Cumberland County, aged 84 years. 

Daniel Tolty, Cumberland County, aged 75 years. 

James Morton, Cumberland County, aged 83 years, resid- 
ing with Wm. S. Morton. 
William Walker, Cumberland County, aged 83 years. 
Jame^ Bishop, Snr., Hinwiddie County, aged 79 years. 

Samuel Major. Dinwiddie County, sged 78 
George Simmons, Dinwiddie County, aged 83 years. 
.Thomas Wilkinson, Dinwiddie County, aged 8a 

Jo>iah ( ".r;: •. I hnw iddic Count 

with Theodorick H. Grigg. 
Joel Sturdivant, Snr.. Dinwiddie County, a • ! 78 yeai 

Claiborne Eldl r. Dinwid ' 

Boiling Wells, Dinwiddie County, aged K i years. 

Peter EptS, Pinwi'Mie County, 

William Xunally, Dinwiddie County, 



VIRGINIA COUN IV IDS ivi 

James Boss, Dinwiddie County, aged 80 years, residing with 

Jane Boss. 

James Spiceley, Dinwiddie County, aged 78 years. 

Joseph Scott, Dinwiddie County, aged 55 years. 
William R. Cheeves, Dinwiddie County, aged 55 years. 
John Armstrong, Essex County, aged 78 \ or 1 . residing w itll 

Josc[)h Armstrong. 
Carter Croxton, Essex County, aged 80 years. 

Benjamin II. Munday, Essex County, aged 77 years. 

Reuben Atkinson. Essex County, aged 90 years, residing 
with Robert Atkinson. 

Thomas Cognell. Essex County, aged 78 years. 

Ann D. Butler, Essex County, aged 80 years, residing with 
Lewis Warner. 

Daniel Saunders. Fairfax County, aged 90 year-. 

Ann Blackweel, Fauquier County, aged 79 years, residing 
with James Balckweel. 

Susan Burke, Fauquier County, aged 96 years. 

Robert Combs. Fauquier County, aged 87 years. 

Anthony Ethel, Fauquier County, aged S3 years. 

George Purcell, Fauquier County, aged 90 years, residing 
with William German. 

George Green, Fauquier County, aged 80 years, residing 
with George J. Green. 

Martha Howell, Fauquier County, aged 70 years. 
—Alexander Jeffries, Fauquier County, aged 77 years, resid- 
ing with George Jeffries. 

Hannah Lear, Fauquier Count}, aged 70 years, residing 
with James Lear. 

Elizabeth MafTett, Fauquier County, aged 8a years, resid- 
ing with John A. MafTett. 

William Fattic. Fauquier County, aged 7S years. 

Martha Roach. Fauquier County, aged BO years, residing 
with James M. Roach. 

William Rawlcs, Fauquier County. ap< ITS. 

Michael Wiser, Fauquier County, aged 75 years. 

Rose Merry, Fauquier Co.. aged 75 years, residing with 
Samuel Wharton. 



192 VIRGIN] \ < I >UNTY RE( i 

John Welch. Fauquier County, ing with 

William A. Bowen. 
Amic Claggett, Fauquier County, . are, residing 

with Ferd. Claggett. 
•Elizabeth Arrowsmith, Fauquier County, aged 75 years, 

residing with Day Mildred. 

Ann VowleSj Fauquier County, aged 88 yeai [ding 

with Newton Vbwles. 

Frances Walker, Fauquier County, aged 80 years, residing 
with Solomon Walker. 

Stephen Mayo, Fluvanna County, aged 82 year?. 

Isaac Lucado, Fluvanna County, aged 82 years, residing 
with Littleberry Lucado. 

Hopper Ward. Fluvanna County, aged 88 years, residing 
with Archibald Creary. 

Martin Paris. Fluvanna County, aged 77 years. 

Charles Clement-. Snr., Fluvanna County, aged 8l years. 

John S. Haislip, Fluvanna County, aged 80 years. 

Daniel Thacker, Fluvanna County, aged 8i years. 

Zaccheus Granger, Fluvanna County, aged 79 years, resid- 
ing with Allen T. Watson. 

Jesse Saunders, Fluvanna County, aged 88 years. 

Richard Cawthorn, Snr.. Fluvanna County, aged 76 years. 

Thomas Shores, Fluvanna County, aged 85 years. 

Jesse Wood, Fluvanna County, aged 86 years. 

John Maddox, Fluvanna County, aged 76 years. 
Nathaniel Harlow, Fluvanna County, aged 97 years. 

(Continued.) 



IMMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA. 

6 June, 1635. 
Theis under written name- are to DC transported to Vir- 

ginca, imbarqued in the Thonu 8 ha/ 1 Richard Lam- 
hard, Master, being examined by the Minister of Gi 
concerning their confonnitie to the orders and disoplin 

the Church 01 England, and tookc the oath of allcgcaiue. 



VIRGINIA COIWTY RKu )RDS. 



193 



Yetn 

Richard Pew 23 

Richard Maynwrite 24 

Chri. 1 loughton 19 

Richard Jones 24 

Francis Garrett 25 

Richard Dally 18 

Thomas Terry 25 

Charles W'yn-ate 22 

John Hampton 30 

John Evans 22 

John Singleton 18 

George Dickenson 19 

George Hawkins 18 

Henry Rastcll 30 

Francis Spight 21 

William Aymic 26 

William Ilynton 20 

John Edwardson 22 

Thomas Mann 23 

Robert Aldred 24 

Zachary Taylor 24 

Humphrey Grudge 21 

William White 22 

Joseph Monuvs 21 

Christopher Wheatley ...28 

Robert Ilced 27 

Edward Coles 20 

Morris Jones 28 

Wardin Fositt 22 

Thos. Chambcrlin 20 

William Bead 15 

Lawrence Piatt 15 

Robert Spencer 21 

Samuel Walden 16 

Henry Morlcy 25 

Ben Easy 13 



years. 

Jo. Dickenson 

Thomas Bell 17 

William Bctt 20 

James Cross 2j 

Silas F( >ster 22, 

Edward Mountford 20 

Henry Xewby 24 

John Eden 19 

Thomas Shcrley 23 

John Thomson 24 

Henry Warren 15 

John Wilkinson 28 

Ralph Hudson 17 

Thomas Allin 33 

William Jones 17 

Thomas Sharpies 23 

William White 22 

James Sherborne 15 

William Gardener 15 

John Robinson 19 

Robert Turner 16 

John Moss 21 \f 

Jane Wilkinson 20 

Ann Brookes 18 

Katherine Wiseman 19 

Jane Scott "...." 19 

Jane Catesby 20 

James Powell 12 

William Maun j; 

Thomas Warner 

Thomas Ram 19 

Griffin Jones si 

Thomas Tollie 17 

William J \ SI 

Marmaduke Young 24 

( lei 1 gc Kenyi m sj 



194 VIRGIN1 \ COUNTY REi I >R1 

Years Y< 

Robert Sewar 23 'William Clark 18 

Owen Hughes 27 Thomas Clark 16 

John Sutton 24 Giles Terry 33 

W'm. Stonhousc 13 Edward Creaaitl 20 

Morris Parry 30 Thomas Waggitl 17 

James Banks 30 Mary Ford 22 

Edward DlX 19 [Catherine Waterman ...20 

William Chaplin 18 Lawrence Preston 21 

Jo. Shorter 26 William Whcatlie 17 

Anth. Terry 50 William Lacy 18 

Robert Willtns 44 George Cobcraste t2 

Thomas Rosdell 2$ John Kenyon 21 

(Continued) 



ENGLISH DESCENT OF TAZEWELL FAMILY 

The Tazewell family of Virginia descend from William 
Taswell of the County of Somerset. Four generations are 
to be found in the Visitation of London in 1664. (D. 19 fo. 
88 b. Heralds Coll., London.) 

The pedigree in the Visitation begins with James Taze- 
well of the County of Somerset. This Christian name is 
erroneously entered as "James" instead of "William," as the 
following entry of baptism in the parish r uck- 

land Newton shows: "Julii. 1588. Vicesimo (juinto die 

mentis praedicti baptizatns fuit Jacobus Taswell (sic) filius 

Will'mi Taswell de Buckland." 

In the Heralds Visitatii ns errors in Christian name 
very frequent. The pedigree therefore begins with: 

1. William TaceweH of the County oi Somerset 

2. James Tazewell of Auckland in the Count \ 

set, born July. 1 588. His first wife Mary, daughter oj 

Hunt of Forston, Charminter, County of 

in 1659, and was buried at Haselbury Bryan, Dorset, in the 
registers of which p.-iri-h is the following entry: "Burials, 
A. I). 1659, Maria uxor Jacobi Tazwell obiil ' ■ " In the 



VIRGINIA OOUNTY RECORDS. 195 

"Autobiography of William Taswell. D.D, (his grandson), 

published by the Camden Society in 1852, it is stated (p, B) ! 
"In the tame year, 1660, my grandfather James Taswell of 

Dorsetshire came to town, aged 74, born in the year 1588. 
Staying a little time with U9 only, he <m,n retained into the 

country, and look his own servant to wife; he begat ;. 
the same year of her. He departed this life 1663. On the 

day he was celebrating his wife's birthday, he drank too 
much wine, which threw him into a fever." By his will 
(proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Dorset in 1663), in 
which he is described as "James Taswell of Haselbury 
Bryan/ 1 he gives '"to my Sonne James Taswell one shilling; 
to my daughter Mary Young one shilling; to my kinsman 
Ralphe Taswell one sute of aparell ; to my kinsman Richard 

Taswell one sute of aparell; all the rest of my goods move- 
able and immoveable I give and bequeath unto my wife 
Aner whom I do make executrix of this my last will." It 
appears by Hutchins History of Dorset that the Hunt fam- 
ily held the Manor of Forston. On the death in 1683 <>f 
Anne, daughter and heiress of Henry Hunt, Esq., of I 
ton, the estate descended to her issue by her second hus- 
band, Cieorge Browne, Esq., a younger son of the Brownet 
of Frampton. 

3. James Tazewell of London, merchant, and of 
Limingtbn Manor. Somerset, married (1) 26 March. I 
Elizabeth, daughter «>f Tpsal of the County of Dor- 
set (born 102;, died 1667), and (2) in 1673, Elizabeth, 

daughter of John Kingsmil] 1 >f And* >ver, Esq. I she died July. 
1702, s.p.)« James Tazewell died -:'• March. 1683, In the 
son's autobiography (William Tazewell, D.D.), we read: 
"Not long after the barbarous murther of Charles the First 
James Taswell married Elizabeth Upsal, I • >m- 

plished as to her person, sensible, and of 1 v<t\ good extrac- 
tion. He was 1 considerable merchant in the [sic of v. 
and connected himself to her March • 
end <>f March. 1655, fames Taswell, Esq., retiring fn m the 

Isle of Wieht with his wife and three children. 



196 VIRGINIA O >l"\TY RE( I IRDS. 

seaport town. Brithamston, Sussex, where his mother-in- 
law, my grandmother, lived. In June. 1656, we took a 

journey to London. After residing in a house for the s\ 
of a year, in which time all of us were seized with the small- 
pox (1657), about the middle of summer we took a very 
grand house in Bear Lane, near the Custom House. In 

1673 m >' father married Elizabeth Kingsmil] of And 

with a fortune of 600 pounds. In 1663 James Tazwell. who 
was seised of the Manor of South Brent, Somerset, and of 
was seised of the Manor of Douth Brent, Som< ra t, an 
other lands in that county and in the adjoining county of 
Devon, purchased the Manor and advowson of Liming 
Somerset, lie rebuilt the Manor House at LimingtOU in 
1672. A stone with the name of "James Tazwell, arm< and 
date 1672" which formerly appeared on the front of the old 
Manor House, is now in the possession of Mr. T. IV Tasw< 11- 
Langmead. The children of James and Elizabeth Tazewell 
given in the Visitation are: James, son and heir aet. 14 \ 
in 1664; William ; Stephen; Thomas; Eliza; Mary; Hannah. 
Besides these children tiny had: "Maria, horn 29 December, 
i^J9, died a^ed 8 months; Elizabeth, horn 7 July, [653, died 
soon after; Ann, born November. [659, died soon after; anil 
Maria, born February, 1667, died soon after. 

4. James Tazwell. eldest ><»n and heir of James and 
Elizabeth, was born 20 February. 1050, and succeeded hi* 
father in the Manor of Limington. He married Ann. 

daughter of Kingsmil, by whom he had three SOUS 

and three daughters. The ><>us were: 

(1) James, who i\.<.p. 

(2) John, who was M.A. of ChrCt Church. O-. 
was Vicar of Chew ton, Somerset, and died Without 
issue. 

(3) William Tazewell, baptized 17 July, 1690, immi- 
grated to Virginia in 1715, where he married in i.-.'i. S 

daughter of Henry Harmanson, by hi- wife Gerti 
daughter of Col. Southey Littleton. He died in 175a 
ing issue. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 197 

4. William Tazwell, D.I)., second son of James and 
Elizabeth, was burn 1 May, 1652, ami was an eminent 

scholar ami divine. Enrolled a King's Scholar of V) 

minster School, 1667; elected Student of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, 1670; Professor of Creek, I0X1 ; Rector of WuodnOP- 
ton, Norfolk, 1691 ; Rector of St. Mary Newington, Surrey, 
169S; Rector of St. Mary's, Birmingham, I723. He 
in 1731 and was buried in the Chancel of St. Mary's, New- 
ington. He married 21 May, [695, Frances, daughter and 
co-heir of Edward Lake, D.D., Archdeacon of Exeter, Chap- 
lain and Tutor to the Princc>.-es Mary and Anne, daughters 
of James II, and had issue. 

4. Stephen Tazewell, the third son of James and 
Elizabeth, was born December, 1056; resided at Limin^ton, 
and married Barbara, daughter of John Pinny of Harding- 
ton, Somerset (born 1073. died 18 June, 1706). He died in 
1742, leaving issue, inter alios, a son William Taswell, born 
6 March, 1705. 

4. Thomas Tazewell, the fourth son of James and 
Elizabeth, was born 20 April, [663, and died at the age of 
9 months. 

4. Elizabeth Tazwell, born 14 September, 1054; died in 
1703, unmarried. 

4. Mary Tazewell, born 6 May. 105S. died young. 

4. Hannah Tazewell, born 30 January. l66o, married 
Lockvcr of Limington. and had issue. 



EXTRACTS FROM THE REGISTER OF LIMIM rT >N, 

SOMERSET 

John ye son of James and Mrs. Ann Tazewell WIS bap- 
tized \<>v. (). 1688. 

Barbara ye daughter of Stephen Tazwell and Barbara 
his wife was baptized July 2. ln<)0. 

William the -on of fames Tazwell and Ann his wife 
was baptized July 17, I090. 



198 VIRGINIA COUNTY RE( ORDS. 

June 30, 1692, was baptized Ann the daughter of James 
Tazewell, Gent., and Ann his wife, who was born on the 
17 June, 1 092. 

August ye 18, [693, was baptized Stephen ye > f »n of 
Stephen and Barbara Tazewell. 

January 29. 1694, was baptized Frances ye daughter of 
Mr. Janus Tazewell. 

June ye 5, [697, was baptized Elizabeth ye daughter of 
Mr. James and Mrs. Anne Tazewell. 

June ye 9. 1697, was baptized Elizabeth, ye daughter of 
Mr. Stephen and Mrs. Barbara Tazewell. 

Mary ye daughter of Mr. Stephen and Mr^. Barbara 
Tazewell was born the 29th and baptized on the 30th day 
of July, 1699. 

Constance the daughter of James Tazewell, Esq., and 
Mrs. Ann Tazewell was bom and baptized the 15th Febru- 
ary, 1699-70. 

John Pinney the son of Mr. Stephen and Mistress Bar- 
bara Tazewell was born the 26th day of March, 1701, and 
baptized 18 April, 1701. 

James the son of Mr. Stephen and Mrs. Barbara Taze- 
well was born on the 26th of June, 1704, and baptized on 
the 10th July, 1704. 

William the son of Stephen Tazwcll was born on the 
6th March, 1705. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tazewell was buryed on the 8th day of 
July, 1702. 

Barbara the wife of Stephen Tazewell was buried on 
the 28th day of June, 1706. 

The Tazewell arms a^ recorded at the Coll< \rms 

by George Harrison, Windsor Herald, in the year K 
Vaire purpurc and ermine; on 1 chief gules 1 lion 

sant or. 

Crist : A demi-lion purpura; in the paws 1 chaplet 
ti^ht roses gules. 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RE< i >RDS. 199 

VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS 

Watts, John, Captain, Contl. Line, 7 years 1 service; 
Lee, Hy., Lieut. -Col., Contl. Line, 7 years 1 service. 
Walker, Jeremiah, Private, Contl. Line, 3 year.-' service. 
Green, Gabriel, Lieut., Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Berry, Geo., Captain, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Gibson, John, Jr., Ensign, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Jones. Wm., Corporal, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Burnett, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
Rock, Jno., Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
McCartney, Peter, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Brown, Jonathan, Seaman, State Navy, 3 years 1 Bervice, 
Lewis Ambrose, Seaman. State Navy, 3 years 1 service. 
Waters, Jas., Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Belfield, Jno.. Major, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Rose, Robt., Dr. : Surgcon, Contl. Line, 7 years 1 service. 
Henderson, David, Midshipman, State Xavy, 3 years' 

service. 
Parker, Watts, Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Grant, Paul., Gunner's Mate, 3 J ears' service. 
Moore, Jno., Master, State Xavy, 3 years' service. 
Cox, Presly, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Vaughan; Rich., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 

Belcher, Robt., Private. Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Biswell, Jno., Corporal. Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Pear, rlamner, Private. State Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Charles, Saml., Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Barhani, Moody, Private. State Line 3 rears 1 service. 
Anderson, John, Sergeant, Contl, Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Annond, Jno., Private Contl. Line. 3 
Rose, Wm., Private, State 1 ine, 3 years 1 service. 
Rose, Jesse, Private, State Line. 3 years 1 

Kenton. Mark. Private, ContL Line. 7 years 1 -er\ ; 

-Jordain. JnO., Private. Contl. Line. 3 ye.r 

Culbertson, Jas.. Captain, Contl. Line. 3 1 rvice. 

Gray. Danl.. Private. Contl. 1 ine. 3 

Pnglar, Wm.. Private, Contl. 1 ine, 3 yeai 1 Ice. 



200 VIRGINIA C I >UNTY RE( I >RDS. 

Eienshaw, Win., Private. Contl. Line, 3 years 1 len 
Gains, John, Private, State Navy, 3 y( 
Poplar, Hack, Seaman. State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Pitman, Isaac, Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years' tervice. 

Hopkins, Patk., Private. State Navy, 3 year-' service. 
Anglen, Isaac, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Heal, Wm.. Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 

Poythress, Win., Capt. -Lieut. Artillery, Contl. Line, 3 years* 

service. 
Spencer, Abraham, Private. State Navy, for the war. 
Flemings, Chas., Lieut. -Col., Contl. Line, 3 year-' service. 
Carter, Armestead, Private, Contl. Line, 3 years' 
Carter, Robert, Sergeant. Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Hannah, Robert, Private, Contl. Line, 3 year<' service. 
McGann, Jas., Private. Contl. Line, 3 years' service. 
Haley, Wm.. Private. Contl. Line. 7 years' service. 
Ramsey, Francis, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Magill, Chas., Major. State Line, 3 years' service. 
Parker, Alex., Captain, Contl. Line, S years' service. 
P>radley, Wm., Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years' -ervice. 
Kennedy, Wm., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Jones, Saml., Corporal, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Sheldon, Thos. alias Chilton, Lifer-Major, Contl. Line. S 

years' service. 
Lee, Randolph, Private, State Line, 3 years' service. 

Hughs, J< seph, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 
Waters. Thos., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Gold. Michael. Private. Contl. Lin- 7 

Leonard. Robert, Private. Contl. Line. 7 years' servi 

Slaven, Cornelius. Private. State Line. 3 years' servic 

Gowin, Sherod, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Dicky, Alex.. Private. Contl. Line. 7 years' service. 

« Johnston, Thos., Private, Contl. Line. 3 years' servi 

— Morris. Jn<»., Private. Contl. Line. ; s years 4 service. 
Hill, Hy., Private. State I inc. 3 years' ervicc. 
Overton. Francis Capt.. C"« ntl. Li: 

Cartwright, Jushman, Sergeant, O ntl. I .inc. 7 y< 1 rice 

Finnell, Reuben, Private. Contl. Line. 3 | 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS 201 

Parker, Josiah, Col., Contl. Line, 3 years' 
Kelly, Jesse, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' servii 
Utterback, Benj., Private, State Pine. 3 years' service. 
*J)riscoe, Jno., Private, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Devier, John, Private, State Pine. 3 years" servi 
Foster, Jno., Private, Contl. Pine, 3 years' service 
Stevens, Edwd., Brig.-Gen., Contl. Pine. 3 years' service. 

Molten, [sham, Private, State Pine, 3 years' service. 

Melton, John. Private, State Pine. 3 years' service. 
■HElliott, Win., Corporal, Contl. Pine, 3 years' service. 

Goodrum, Thos., Corporal. Contl. Pine, 3 years' service. 

Croglian, Win., Major, Contl. Pine. 7 years' service. 

Newman. Owen. Sergeant, Contl. Pine, 7 years' >ervicc. 

Hawkins, Jas., Private. Contl. Pine, 3 years' service. 

Barton, Thos., Private, State Pine. 3 years' service. 

Allen, Edwd.. Lieut., Contl. Pine, 3 year-' service. 

Alman. W'ni., Gunner. State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Sandcfcr, Saml., Private. Contl. Pine, 3 years' service. 
Wren. Alex.. Private. State Pine, 3 years' service. 

Matthews, Geo., Col.. Contl. Pine. 7 years' service 

Fitzgerald. Jas., Private. Contl. Pine, 3 years 1 service. 

Taylor, Reuben, Captain, Contl. Pine, 3 years' service. 

Taylor, Francis, Major. Contl. Pine. 3 years' -ervice. 

Denton, Jno., Private, State Pine, 3 years' service. 

Hazlewood, Win., Sergeant. State Pine. 3 year-' -crvicc. 

King. Elisha, Lieut., Contl. Pine. 3 year-' service. 

Lane, Zacli., Private. State Pine, 3 year-' <er\ i -r. 

EdwanP. Enoch, Seaman, State Navy, 3 year-' service. 
*Lawson, Robt., Brig.-Gen., Contl. Line, 3 years' service 

Pasteur. Bluitt, Seaman. State Navy, 3 
Pauley. Joel, Private, State Pine. 3 years' ser 
Scott. Jas., Private. Contl. Pine. 3 years' servi 
Pewis. Matt., Seaman, State Navy, 3 years' servic 
IWishcll. John. Private. Contl. Pine. 3 years' service. 
Jennings, Thos., Sailor, State Navy, 3 years' sei ri »• 
Jennings, Win., Sailor, State Navy, 3 
Jenkins, Rich.. Prii itc, Contl. Pin ira' service. 

Leonard, Wm.. Sailor, State Navy, .; 



1 



202 VIRGINIA O >UNTY RECORDS. 

Armestead, Win., Private, State Line, 3 rears 1 servi 
Biscoe, Jas., Boatswain, State Navy, 3 years 1 servi 
Whitfield, Eiaynes, Sailor, State Navy, ;> yeai e. 

■ Smith, J no., Sailor, State Navy, 3 year-' service. 

PlgOtt, Abraham, Private, Contl. Line. 3 year-' service. 
Batty, ThoS., Sailor, State Navy, 3 years' service. 

Bnrk, Jas., Gunner, State Navy, 3 years' service. 
Humphlett, Win.. Seaman. State Navy, 3 ervice. 

Ballard, VVm., Pilot, State Navy, 3 years service. 
VVhitletors, Levi, Private, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 
Edmundson, Rich.. Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service. 

Taliaferro, Win., Lieut. -Col., Contl. Line. 3 years' service; 

issued to Wm. Taliaferro, representative of Lieut. -CI. 
Win. Taliaferro. 

Loyd, Geo., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 years 1 service. 
* — Dawson. Francis, Sergeant, Contl. Line. 3 years' service. 

Furbush, Wm., Sergeant, Contl. Line, 3 year^' service. 

Fauntleroy, lly.. Captain, Contl. Line. 3 years 1 service; war- 
rant issued to John. William. Moore, Griffin, J 
and Robt. Fauntleroy, rep. of Capt. Hy. Fauntleroy. 



EARLY SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA 

Bushell, Nicholas, transported by John Upton, 7 July, 1 

Butler, Joanc, transported by Thomas Harwood, 7 July, 

"635. 
IWitler, William, transported by Christopher Branch of 

Henrico Co., 8 December, 1635. 
Cary, William, transported by Miles Cary, gent., ol York 

County, 7 November, 1700. 
Carter, George, transported by Lieut. John Cheesman of 

Charles River County. 21 November, 1 

Cason. Thomas, transported by Thomai H ; . 7 July. 

I635. 

Causey, John (servant), transported by William Berriman, 

() August, 1635. 
Champion, John, transported by Daniel Cugley, Accomac 

County. 2? June. 1635. 

Castle. Joane, transported by Thomas Eyre o! Accomac 

County, 7 November, 1700. 
Chesheire, Robert, an [rishman (servant), transported 

William Stone ol Accomac County, a June, K 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS. 203 

Chilcott, Thomas (servant), transported by William Stone 

of Accomac County. 4 June, 1035. 
Clarke. George, transported by John Parrott, 24 May, 1635. 
. Clarke, John, transported by John Sparkes, 3 June, 1635. 
Clarke. Nicholas (servant), transported by William I 
of Accomac County. 17 September, 1635. 
• Clarke, Richard, transported by George Menifee, 2 Julv, 

C.i 1 more, Ralph, transported by Gideon Macon. i;ent., of 
New Kent County. 7 November, 1700. 

Carker, William, transported by William Montague of Mid- 
dlesex County, 7 November, 1700. 
'Clayton, Thomas (servant), transported by William Spen- 
cer, 19 June, 1635. 

Clement, John, transported by Jeremiah Clement, 11 June, 

1635- 
Clement, Margaret, transported by \\ illiam \\ oolritch of 

Elizabeth City. 17 June. [( 
Clements, Jeremiah, Upper Chippooks Creek, son and heir 

of Elizabeth Clements, deceased. The said Elizabeth. 

her sons Jeremiah. Nicholas and Ezekiel and Elizabeth 

Clements her daughter, all came in the "George" in 

l6ll. 
Cloyes, John, transported by John Moone. 2T October. 1635. 
Cockshott, Edward, transported by Capt. William Pctrce, 

22 June. 1635. 
Coffin. Erancis, transported by Thomas Smith. 21 July. 

I63S 

Cole. John, transported by David Jones, | July. 1635. 

Cartwright, Thomas, transported by William Major of New 
Kent County, 7 November, 1700. 

Cushen. Richard, transported by James Boughar, £cnt.. of 

Kinqf and Ouccn County. 7 November, 1700. 
Cole, Richard, transported by John Sparkes, 3 June. 1635. 

Cole, Thomas (servant), transported by Charles rlarmar, 

4 July, 1635, 

Cole, William (servant), transported by William Cole of 

Accomac County. 4 June. 1635. 
Cole, William (servant), transported bv William Cany ol 

Accomac County. 17 September, r 

Colling, Walter, transported by Thomas Bagwell, 7 Novem- 
ber, 1635. 

Collins, Giles, transported by Capt Thomas Willou] 
19 March, 1043. 






204 VIRGIN] \ O HWTY RECORDS 

Collins, Henry, transported by Hugh Cox, 6 December, 
1634. 

Collins John (servant), transported by William Gany of 

Accomac County, 17 September, 1635. 
Collins, Thomas (servant), transported by William C.-my of 

Accomac County, 17 September, 1035. 
Colson, Susan, transported by Capt Adam Thorough! 

in the "I [opewell" in K 08. 
Combe, Richard, transported by Doctoris Christmas 

Elizabeth City. 21 November, 1635. 
Combcy, Ann, transported by John Dennett, 10 August, 

Carr, John, transported by James Boughar, gent., of i 

and Queen County, 7 November, 1700. 

Cooke, Ann, transported by William Prior, n July, 1635. 
Cooke, George (servant), transported by Thomas Davis in 
the "George" in 1617. 

Cooper, Henry, transported by Capt. William Puree, 21 

J»iy, 1635. 

Cooper, John, transported by Henry Ilarte, 1 AugU 
Callaway, Cornelius, transported by Thomas Cooper of 

Nansemond County, 7 November, 1700. 
Coplestonc, Annanias (servant), transported by William 

Spencer, 19 June, 1635. 
Corbctt, Robert, transported by Lieut. John Cheesman oi 

Charles River County, 21 November, 1635. 
Costerdine, Francis, transported by William Clarke, I July, 

1635- 

Cottcrell, Edward, transported by Lieut. John Cheesman, 

Charles River County, 21 November, 1 ' »35- 
Cottle, Thomas, transported by John Parrott, 24 May. 1 

Carson, Da., transported by Peter Massec of New Knit 

County. 7 NOV! ml>< r. I \ 

Courtney, James (servant), transported by Charles Harmar, 

4 July. 1635. 
Crabb, John, transported by Capt. Adam Th< rougl 

18 December, 1635. 

Clark, John, transported by Peter Massif ol New Kent, 7 

November, 1700. 

C rea s on, Elizabeth, transported by Capt. Adam Thon • 

£Ood, 24 June, l(\vs\ 



VIRGINIA COUNTY RE( < >RDS. 



205 



Crewe, Rebena (servant), transported l>y Joseph John 

19 June, 1635. 

Crofton, Thomas, transported by William Wilkinson, min- 
ister, 20 November, 1035. 

Crocker, Pascall, transported by Daniel Cngley of Acco- 

mac, 25 June, 1635. 

Croker, John, transported by Thomas Shippey, 14 Novem- 
ber, 1635. 

Cropp, Thomas (servant), transported by Capt. Francis 

Epes, 26 August, 1635. 
Crosbye, Henry, transported by Hugh Cox, 6 December, 

1634. 

Crost, John, transported by William Barker, 26 November, 

1635- 

Cullembire, Richard, transported by Richard Dennett. 26 

June, 1635. 
Cullybrant, Sarah, transported by William Darker, 26 No- 
vember, 1635. 
Curtisse, Elizabeth, transported by Capt. Adam Thorough- 
good, 24 June, 1635. 

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Abstracts of Wills at Chancery Court of Will- 
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ian Wars. .... $7.50 

Abstracts of Wills at Chancery Court of Will- 
iamsburg, ..... $2.00 

Early Virginia Marriage Bonds from Amelia, 
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quier, King George, Lancaster, Lunenburg, 
Middlesex, Rockbridge, Southampton, Sus- 
sex, Westmoreland, York. . . . $5.00 

Virginia Fleraldica, a registry of Virginia gentry 
entitled to Coat Armor, with a definition of 
their Arms, and genealogical notes of the 
families $3.00 

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